Earlier this week we discussed saving money by eating breakfast at home and packing lunches. Now it’s time to save on dinner.
A big item in the holiday budget is the amount spent on special food and drinks for the festivities.
Ask any 65-year-old what they would have done differently and 90% will tell you that they should have started saving sooner!
Many people equate saving with some sort of deprivation. If you deprive yourself of all of the fun stuff in life you will never stick to a savings plan.
Wherever you are in Boston take a break from your studies, grab the MBTA to Harvard Square, and try Michael Scelfo’s new restaurant, Alden and Harlow.
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If you are a couple of foodies and eating is out your thing try a lunch date on Saturday or brunch on Sunday.
We discussed saving money by eating breakfast at home and packing lunches. How about saving on dinner?
Holiday foods are expensive and often there are special foods we only have this time of year.
An organization that helps families of fallen firefighters and police officers will honor people who saved lives after the Boston Marathon bombings, as well as those involved in the manhunt for the suspects.