As a 21st century adult, it’s important to have a variety of skills. People of all genders and gender identities alike need to be able to change a tire, to identify the smell of a gas leak, to stop the smoke alarm when it gets set off accidentally, and, perhaps most importantly, to cook. Whether we’re feeding a family, a significant other, or just ourselves, we are what we eat. The ability to compose delicious, nutritious meals, will not only keep us full and healthy, but also do a great many favors to our wallets. Nothing can tighten the monthly pursestrings quite as effectively as eating out regularly.
But there’s something celebratory about eating out, about buying treats for our friends and families, and I think we can all agree that everything tastes better when someone makes it for you. But still, we must return to our budgets (as well as our waistlines), because times be tough and we can’t always afford that extra slice of cake or FroYo just because we want it.
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It’s a small, personal example, but this is the power of a service like Groupon Coupons. Nobody in my family is getting a Porsche this holiday season, but if you’re thinking about buying anything from electronics to clothing to a cruise to the Bahamas, check out Groupon Coupons first and save yourself some of that hard-earned cash.