The holiday season can be a tough on everyone's checking account. But just because money is tight, it doesn't mean you have to skimp on throwing a party for your friends and family. Try out these tips to save some dough on your grocery receipt while still making the holidays festive and fun for your guests.
You make your list. It looks like another crazy day. Drop kids off at school. Pick them up from school. Shuffle one to cello practice and the other to softball. Somewhere in there you have to find time for dinner. But in reality, all you want to do is sit for two whole minutes without anyone interrupting you to “find the other shoe”. It’s time. Find a babysitter and take a long weekend to one of these relaxing destinations.
Last August, Chuck Runyon and Dave Mortensen (Co-Founders of Anytime Fitness) left the comforts of home and work, and boarded a plane - destination unknown, to film an episode of ABC’s Secret Millionaire. Little did they realize that this journey into unfamiliar territory would change them in profound ways.
Years ago, I remember telling a girlfriend how we liked to focus on healthy foods at my house. I also remember that she raised her eyebrows and said, “Isn’t that a really expensive way to eat?” At that time, I was a single mom with three kids, and $70 usually got us through the week. But that got me thinking, "what was she spending on groceries?"
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