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Here’s What You Can Do To Save Money On Dining Out

Nowadays that prices of basic commodities are rising, we try to do our best to budget everything in our households. Yet sticking to the budget doesn’t work sometimes especially when we are traveling.  More often than not, we buy stuff that we see along the way for personal keeps or as homecoming gifts.  The top three things you spend the most with when you travel are:

  1. Transportation – air tickets, rental cars, bus rides
  2. Food – dining out, food trip
  3. Accommodation – hotels, resorts, inns

We deserve a well-spent travel and vacation that is why we are saving money to be able to accommodate our travel needs.  When it comes to our day-to-day living, we cannot expect not to spend more than we should especially in dining out.  More people are eating out than eating at home.  Below are factors that affect this situation.

  • work schedule
  • inability to cook meals
  • celebration

For families with kids, eating out or dining out costs a lot.  So for the sake of saving, we tend to find restaurants where kids can eat free.  Honestly, I like the privilege where kids eat free at restaurants.  Of course, home-cooked meals are more family-oriented but treating our family to dine out once in a while is not bad.  For a full list of restaurants where kids can eat for free, please go to JuliesFreebies.com and let me know in the comments below if you have been in to one and how was your experience.

Celebrating Milestones At Shogun Steak & Hibachi Grill

It’s the NFL Super Bowl XLIX today (Super Bowl 49)!  It’s the New England Patriots against the Seattle Seahawks competing for the Championship.  Some of my friends are hosting a Super Bowl Party today.  I am not really interested into watching the Football sport…or any sports unless it is the Olympic Games.

Shogun Restaurant in Tyler, TX

Shogun Restaurant in Tyler, TX

So where are we right now?  We are at the folks’ house visiting.  We took them out to dinner last night for a double celebration – my birthday and my husband’s promotion at work.  Congratulations, honey!  Cheers to me!  Hahaha.  We talked about taking Mom and Dad to Shogun Steak & Hibachi Grill because I thought it would be a great place to celebrate our milestones.  If I remember it right, we also celebrated my birthday here five years ago.  So it has been a long while and now we’re back to Shogun.  And, we thought our toddler would enjoy watching the cooks cook the food in front of us.

 

Show Off Your Artistic Skills And Create Professional Presentations

PowerPoint is and has always been a great way to create presentations and slide shows for any occasion. Students and teachers can create basic presentations for the classroom, and business professionals can create more elaborate projects for company meetings. The only problem with this software is that not everyone uses it to its full potential. It’s so easy to make a simple PowerPoint presentation that few people take the time to make a great PowerPoint presentation.

Not that this is the fault of the software. PowerPoint and similar programs that are used to create slide shows require more than a little bit of creativity and even artistic skill, qualities that not everyone has. Even those who are creative and artistic often have little time to devote to creating an excellent presentation.

So, what can someone do if they – for whatever reason – cannot create a great presentation for a job or school project? Aside from setting aside time that they do not have to learning the ins and outs of PowerPoint, they can go to a service such as eSlide.com to put together a presentation that would be perfect for their needs. These companies employ the best designers and programmers in the industry to create professional-quality slide shows for any occasion.

Creating a basic PowerPoint presentation may be easy, but creating something truly memorable is an art form in itself. Since artistic skills take time to develop, there’s nothing wrong with turning to a professional when you lack the time or the talent.

eSlide.com

eSlide.com

Save On Your Next European Tour

Staycations vs Cheap Holidays Abroad Infographic - Thomas Cook

It is the time of the year again when everyone is eying for a wonderful vacation to the destination of interest.  But we also know that this is the time of year that flights and vacation rates are on their peaks.  Vacation destination like countries in Europe would be nice because the level of heat is not that high.  Take a peek at this flyer and check how you can save on your next European tour.

“Provided by ThomasCook