It’s always fun to go out to your favorite restaurant with co-workers to do a little bit of bonding. And who can argue about how picking up some take-out food is the easiest option on extremely busy days? Heck, even joining some friends for drinks out at the local restaurant can be a great way to relieve stress. All of this dining out, though, is sure to increase your spending every month – not to mention your overall caloric intake… Many people wind up in debt – and even stuck with bad credit scores – simply because they eat out a bit too much. It’s hard to curb this habit, though, as dining out has become a staple of modern day living. An article from Forbes that was published back in 2013 reported that Americans usually spend about one thousand dollars a year on eating out for lunch alone. To understand those numbers, it would mean eating out just twice a week and spending about…
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