What if you could walk into a fast-food restaurant and order a beer with your burger?
This is the direction some chain restaurants are moving to pick up sales amid a suffering economy.
A recent article in USA Today reports that two Sonic restaurants in South Florida soon will sell beer and wine.
Other places that have gotten on the alcohol with your quick food bandwagon include Miami, Las Vegas and Kansas City, which sell beer in Burger King Whopper Bars. The article also mentions Starbucks has begun to serve local beer and wine in a handful of Seattle stores.
In the Jan. 1 edition, we published a story focused on helping residents get out of debt. While I had the ear of local financial professionals, I also asked about the other hot topic when it comes to personal finances — savings.
Despite seeing an increase in pay because of my husband’s first “real-world” job, we haven’t quite managed to sort out savings. It seems like we’ve seen a financial “emergency” — the most recent of which being a mandatory set of tires for my car — every month since he started working. So, I was eager to learn more about how to save money.
The 2012 Christmas Holidays are history, and the New Year is here. Let’s make a new resolution — a Louisiana-friendly landscape. Gardeners can make changes in their gardening practices which reduce pollution, conserve water and enhance the environment by improving home and landscape resource use. A Louisiana-friendly yard doesn’t just offer a good-looking landscape, it also requires that the gardener realizes the home landscape is connected to and is part of a larger natural system.
When preparing to graduate from college, the most important thing to remember is that everyone has to start somewhere. At the same time, you need to be willing to roll up your sleeves and make the job search your first full-time job. Your first job may not be your “dream” job, but it gives you some experience. Here are some tips that can help you to get started on your job hunt.