Delta flights across the world were cancelled yesterday due to an outage of the company's global computer system. While Delta is doing its best to rebook people on different flights, the backlog has left some passengers stranded for days, subsisting on expensive airport food and stuck paying for unanticipated hotel stays.
I love cruises. In my eyes, there's no better resort vacation. I love sailing the open seas and stopping on island after island: the mobile nature of cruises is built-in safegard against getting bored while on holiday.
Just a decade ago, I would have considered myself financially 'illiterate.' I had no idea how finances worked, what a credit score was. I didn't even have a debit card. But, after seeing how important money and personal finance was in your everyday life, I made it a goal to learn as much as I could, and started by opening my first bank account. Here are some essential skills that you need to know to consider yourself financially literate.
The root beer float was invented in 1874 by a Philadelphia soda vendor named Robert McCay Green. As the story goes, Green ran out of ice on a steamy summer day and was forced to improvise. He bought ice cream from a neighboring vendor, mixed it with his root beer, and a new beverage was born.
With 28 member airlines hailing from around the world, Star Alliance is one of the biggest airline alliances on the planet. Many people don't know that if you fly one Star Alliance airline, you can credit your miles to another. For loyal United customers, this means that you can earn miles and gain status without so much as booking a single ticket on United. Here are our favorite little-known tricks to help you maximize your miles with Star Alliance.
We all agree that improving how we educate our next generation is the factor in continuing to effectively compete in a global economy. Teachers sacrifice a lot to help our children succeed in life, whether that means staying up all night grading papers, or spending their own money on school supplies. In fact, recent studies have shown that most teachers spend about $500 out of their own pockets every year on supplies for their students.
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Don't those rotisserie chickens from the deli always look amazing? I always think so, but I wondered, is it really a good value? Just how far could I make it stretch? And would I be completely sick and tired of chicken by the end?
You might be an avid online shopper, but are you saving as much money as you could be?