Sunday, March 20, 2016

THEME - THE A TO Z OF AMERICAN WEDDING PLANNING FOR PEOPLE WHO MAKE UNDER 30K A YEAR

THE A TO Z OF AMERICAN WEDDING PLANNING FOR PEOPLE WHO MAKE UNDER 30K A YEAR

A to Z Challenge Theme Reveal 3-21-2016


Thank you for coming to my blog today.
I decided on this topic because I feel that it is highly sharable content and because I consider myself well versed in it
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If you are not planning a wedding and do not know anyone who is, I suspect you won’t be back in April. That’s okay. (Scroll down, please.)
That’s what the theme hop is about – gauging your own interest levels.

For those who wonder what qualifies me to blog on this topic:
  • Planned my own wedding- twice (Ex-fiancé , it didn’t work out.)
  • Been a Maid/Matron of Honor four times
  • A bridesmaid twice
  • The years of the above weddings range from 2000 to 2016
  • Attended over 50 weddings in my lifetime
  • I’m a MoH for a wedding coming up this September, so I’m helping to plan one RIGHT NOW

If you, or someone you know, is planning a wedding, my blog will be a valuable resource this April.

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Weddings not your thing? No one from your circle at this stage of life?
Weigh in on this topic instead!


How much tip is expected for Carside To Go (in America)?

For chain restaurants (Applebee's, Red Robin, etc), Carside To Go is when a customer orders online or by phone and then picks it up at the restaurant. A server carries the bag of food to the customer's vehicle, which is parked nearby (often at a special Carside To Go side door).

Had the customer gone inside to eat, a server would have to fetch drink refills, clear plates, check on the meal, and make small talk. This is avoided at Carside To Go.
It is more similar to a fast food drive-thru. No tip is given at a drive-thru window (McDonald's, Burger King, etc). Food is ordered over a speaker box and then heated, bagged, and passed to the customer via a window.

Therefore, the big differences for the server is having more time to get the order together, and having to walk from a door to a vehicle instead of leaning out of a window.

Is a tip expected in these cases? And, if so, what percentage of tip is expected?

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Still not entertained? Maybe you can answer one of these instead!