In a word: sue. Injury and accident lawsuits can and do take many forms. That being said, the basic elements and stages tend to remain consistent. Letâ€™s talk a bit about some of those stages and elements and find out what to do if you obtain an … [Read more...] about What to Do When You Get Injured Through No Fault of Your Own
On our recent family road trip to Florida my son tapped me repeatedly on the shoulder and excitedly pointed out the window towards a Sonic fast-food restaurant. Since we don't have Sonic in our area, and we had heard the ice cream was very good, we … [Read more...] about Do You Tip At Sonic?
Restaurants are implementing something that may be a game changer when it comes to tipping. I have no problem giving a great tip when it's well deserved, but what I've experienced at an increasing amount of restaurants may reduce the amount that … [Read more...] about Tipping Adventures: Will Tabletop Units Be A Tipping Game Change?
Retail therapy is defined as shopping for the purpose of improving one's mood and/or perspective on the world around them. Or in other words, people go shopping believing that they will feel better after purchasing some new material items. However, a … [Read more...] about Do Sad People Spend More?
It happened again as I was walking from the weight room to the water fountain. I heard a crackle, and suddenly the sound from my right earbud was gone. Despite my best efforts of wiggling the cord and unplugging and plugging the headphones into my … [Read more...] about Never Buy Another Set Of Headphones
We've all heard suggestions as to how to calculate a proper tip based upon the amount of the bill. There are an infinite amount of opinions, and each person has to figure out where they want to fall on that spectrum. But what if even a … [Read more...] about Tipping Adventures: When 20% Just Isn’t Enough