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How Much Do you Tip for Takeout Food?
Wed, 09/15/10 | 57 Comments
How Much Do you Tip for Takeout Food?

How Much Tip for Takeout (if anything)?
A while back, I asked readers the question, “how much do you tip for food delivery?“. It inspired an interesting, and somewhat heated debate! The differences in opinion in …

10 Free Birthday Meals
Tue, 09/7/10 | 16 Comments
10 Free Birthday Meals

10 Free Birthday Coupons for Meals & Drinks
It’s your birthday. And damn it, you deserve to eat and drink for free – and lots of it! Depending on your tastes and how recently you had …

An Intro to Urban Homesteading with the Dervaes Family
Wed, 07/21/10 | 9 Comments
An Intro to Urban Homesteading with the Dervaes Family

Urban Homesteading? What the Heck is that?
Ever wondered what it would be like to grow all of your own food at home, be completely independent from economic recession, gas prices, not knowing what kind of …

First Date: How Much Should you Spend?
Wed, 07/14/10 | 13 Comments
First Date: How Much Should you Spend?

Who Should Pay for the First Date – Taken to the Next Level
One of the most heated discussions elicited from any post EVER on 20somethingfinance came as a result of an analysis I did on …

How to Navigate ‘Sell by’, ‘Use by’, & ‘Best Before’ Dates in Order to Cut Down on Food Waste
Mon, 07/12/10 | 10 Comments
How to Navigate ‘Sell by’, ‘Use by’, & ‘Best Before’ Dates in Order to Cut Down on Food Waste

Why ‘Sell By’, ‘Use By’, & ‘Best Before’ Dates Matter
When playing the ‘is it still good?’ game with your food and its shelf life, it’s fairly easy to jump to your own conclusions about what …

10 Food Rules to Save you Money & Improve Health
Sat, 06/26/10 | 5 Comments
10 Food Rules to Save you Money & Improve Health

I just read Michael Pollan’s Food Rules: An Eater’s Manual, and picked up on a few tips that intuitively make a lot of sense when it comes to eating healthy (but probably were not on …


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