Wednesday, May 11, 2016

5 Bible Verses to Help You Through Depression

Life can throw you curve balls and seem like there is never going to be light at the end of the tunnel. I know because I’ve been through it myself several times before. I have lost my home, my possessions, and hope for every making a better life for my kids. Its times like this that can make life seem almost unbearable. You catch yourself asking what did you do wrong, or how did you end up where you are? I’ve found that the best inspiration for times like these comes straight out of an old book, the Bible.

Psalm 32:10

“Many sorrows come to the wicked, but unfailing love surrounds those who trust in the Lord.”(NIV)

No matter what you may be going through, as long as you believe and trust in God, love will prevail and all will be right again.

Psalm 37:23-24

“23The Lord directs the steps of the godly. He delights in every detail of their lives. 24Though they stumble, they will never fall, for the Lord holds them by the hand.”(NIV)

Just remember, that even in your lowest point, God is still there with you. He is holding your hand through your trials and tribulations, till you make your way back up again.

1 Peter 5:7

“Give all your worries and cares to God, for he cares about you.” (NIV)

I always think of this verse when I have so much on my mind and it seems like I have nobody to talk to. Then, I remember that God is always there for me to tell my worries too. Sometimes we just need to tell Him what burdens us so that we can find relief. Talking to God can help so much when you think all is lost.

Romans 12:2

“Don’t copy the behavior and customs of this world, but let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you thing. Then you will learn to know God’s will for you, which is good and pleasing and perfect.” (NIV)

Don’t fall into the trap of “living” because many times that is what gets you down. Let God into your life and his love will turn your life around in a positive way. Pushing Him away will only make life seem so much harder.

Proverbs 14:14

“The faithless will be fully repaid for their ways, and the good man rewarded for his.”(NIV)

No matter how bad you think life may be right now, gain solace in knowing that one day your faith in God will be rewarded. Life here is simply a test of faith and the reward is ever lasting love from God.

We are all faced with doubt, trials, and chaos in life. Stay strong knowing that God is by your side even when you don’t feel him. He is always with us, guiding us, showing us the path to His love. Even when we are faced with our toughest battles in life, if you have faith in God, life will have a way of working itself out.

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5 Biggest Mistakes of First Time Workouters

Have you recently joined a gym or fitness class? Don’t be one of the first time work-outers that makes these top five common mistakes.

Common Mistake #1
Looking nice while you workout can boost your self esteem but you don’t have to drain your bank account to do so. Purchasing your workout clothes from Wal-Mart or Target is a great way to save money or you can just wear something that you already have. Chances are that you have some gym shorts and t-shirts stuffed away in your closet somewhere.

Point being, no one really cares what you look like when you work out so long as your workout clothes are appropriate.

Common Mistake #2
Too much too fast. Working out is great but you should start off slow and build a worthwhile routine. Doing too much too fast can burn you out and have more negative effects than positive ones.

Develop an individualized workout plan that works for you, your schedule, and your fitness level.

Common Mistake #3
Do not compare yourself to the girl or guy across the room from you that is running like a marathon runner on the treadmill. You don’t have to keep up. Chances are that they have been working out for a long time to build up to that speed.

Guys, don’t compare yourself to the tan buff guy sitting in the corner that works out all day long everyday. Its evident that he spends his life in the gym, you don’t. If that is your goal then good luck.

Common Mistake #4
Many people have the preconceived notion that they have to lose weight before they can join a gym. They think that the gym is full of fit people. Reality check, its not. The gym is full of people of all shapes, sizes, and fitness levels who are all there for a common goal.

You’ll fit in, don’t worry.

Common Mistake #5
Get help. Most gyms and fitness centers have trained professionals on staff. Many of these fitness professionals will, for no charge, do a one time fitness assessment of you and recommend some workouts that will help you accomplish your individual fitness goals.

Be sure to ask the fitness professional or your primary health care provider for your recommended daily calorie intake to reach your goals. Follow their advise, you don’t want to be working out for nothing.

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5 Biggest Snubs of the 2011 Golden Globe Nominations

The 2011 Golden Globes nominees have been announced and the winners will be revealed next month but before we get to the winners we have to sift through the deserving and undeserving nominees. This year there were some great choices, particularly in the Best Picture Drama, Best Director and Best Actor Drama categories. There are a few missteps and a few major snubs and one omission that I can only assume is a bad ruling rather than bad voting. These are the five biggest mistakes for the 2011 Golden Globe nominations.

5. Everyone (Best Actor in a Supporting Role, TV)
The Golden Globes are a lot of fun because there are movie awards and television awards so all the stars come together for one night. Unfortunately there are too many awards between the two so the Golden Globes have to cut some awards. One award that suffers is the best actors in a supporting role. Supporting actors from TV series, mini-series and made for TV movies from both drama and comedy are all jammed into one category. That’s six categories deserving of thirty nominations combined into one five-nominee category.

This is especially bad in the supporting actor category because it might be the most loaded of all the TV categories. Among the supporting actors that deserve a shot but have no prayer because of the limited nominations include Josh Charles and Alan Cumming (The Good Wife), Jason Segel and Neil Patrick Harris (How I Met Your Mother), Dax Shepherd (Parenthood), Ed O’Neil, Ty Burrell, Jesse Tyler Ferguson (Modern Family), Danny Pudi, Donald Glover, Ken Jeong (Community), Bruce Campbell (Burn Notice), Josh Holloway, Michael Emerson, Naveen Andrews, Terry O’Quinn (Lost) and I could go on for about 20 more actors.

4. Heather Morris (Best Actress in a Supporting Role, TV)
Lea Michele seems to be nominated for everything and I’d love to know why. Lea Michele probably gets the most screen time of anybody on Glee and she is never once entertaining. In fact, Rachel is an annoying, unlikable character, which is never good for your main character. Heather Morris gets about 1/20th of the face time as Lea Michele and knocks every line out of the park. Two of the best moments of the entire year were the Britney/Brittany episode of Glee and the Christmas episode of Glee. Both were special because of Brittany while Rachel did nothing in either. Yes, Lea Michele is the best singer on television and as much as I’d love to give an acting award to someone who can act, it doesn’t bother me too much that she is being given a nominee for being the actress that can sing the best but Heather Morris is the actress that can dance the best so why can’t she be included too?

3. Connie Britton (Best Actress in a TV Series, Drama)
The Emmy Awards finally got it right in 2010 by nominating both Connie Britton and Kyle Chandler but now we’re back to championing them again. You would think that an actor and actress that are on almost every snubs list every award show would eventually get the attention they deserve but I guess the voters aren’t listening. To be fair the nominees for best actor in a drama is pretty rock solid so Chandler’s omission is understandable. On the women’s side choosing Piper Perabo over Connie Britton is one of the most mind boggling choices in a long time.

2. Mark Ruffalo (Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama)
The nominees for best comedy/musical pictures are simply atrocious but let’s say that hypothetically the comedy/musicals that got nominations really are the cream of the crop and that better movies (like Scott Pilgrim vs. the World or Kickass) didn’t exist. If the best comedy/musicals to choose from are The Kids Are Alright, Red, Burlesque, Love and Other Drugs, The Tourist and Alice and Wonderland then best actor is a no-brainer. There is not one person that can watch these six movies in a row and come to any conclusion other than Mark Ruffalo gives the best performance of any of them by a mile and at the very least he has one of the five best performances. How can anybody that enjoys movies not notice Ruffalo’s performance over the rest of this crap?

1. Toy Story 3 (Best Motion Picture, Comedy/Musical)
Remember last paragraph when I said let’s go with a hypothetical situation where the comedy/musical best picture nominees were the right choices? Forget that now. That list of movies is embarrassing. How can any awards shows be taken seriously when they include Red and The Tourist as the best pictures of the year? Meanwhile how can something like Toy Story 3 not be included? I’m guessing this is some kind of Golden Globes rule where animated movies are not included in categories with live action movies because surely the voters weren’t just dumb enough to not vote for it. Listen, I get it. Pixar movies have never been considered candidates at the Academy Awards because they don’t want a light, funny animated movie beating the likes of the stuffy dramas like Black Swan, Blue Valentine, The King’s Speech and so on. That’s not how I would vote but it’s fine. How can you not include Pixar movies, or any animated movies for that matter, in a category that has Red, the Tourist and Alice and Wonderland? The Hangover was a fun movie but better than Up? Wall-E was picked as the best movie of 2008, even over the stuffy dramas, so I have a hard time believing it shouldn’t be included in a category with Burn After Reading and In Bruges. It’s not even a Pixar thing either. Animated movie categories are getting more competitive every year. The comedy/musical best picture should probably include Toy Story 3, Despicable Me and How to Train Your Dragon.

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5 Budget-Friendly Trips for the East Coast Graduate

Graduating from high school or college is an exciting time. After four years of hard work you deserve the chance to celebrate. Five must-see destinations on the East Coast can be found in New York, Massachusetts, New Jersey, South Carolina, and Florida. Each destination holds budget-friendly options available to all.

New York City
New York City is known for fast paced days and vibrant night life. Here you will find limitless opportunities for fun. From most locations you can either take the train or fly in for a reasonable price. As a surprise to many, New York City does offer things to do for free. You can take a walk around Central Park or attend a a free taping of a television show. Before heading to New York City buy a CityPass card. This card entitles you to savings of up to 50% off popular tourist attractions, like the Empire State Building. Have fun walking around the city and enjoying the sights. Head over to Times Square for some night life. Try a home town diner for some inexpensive dining. Cheap souvenirs can be purchased almost everywhere. New York City really can be as inexpensive as you make it. This is a great place for all graduates because of the diversity, there really is something for everyone.

Boston
Boston offers up some affordable entertainment in a great city. You can enjoy a concert, watch a Red Sox game, or soak up some history and walk the Freedom Trail. Boston has a great aquarium that is fun for all ages. If you want to spend your day out on the water take a boat tour of the city. If you want a place where you can enjoy the ocean consider going on a whale watch. If shopping is on your agenda then head over to Faneuil Hall Marketplace or to the Down Town Crossing. Faneuil Hall Marketplace is a great place to grab lunch. At the Down Town Crossing you will find many nationally known department stores. Remember the popular television show, “Cheers”? Head over to the well known bar where “everyone knows your name.” Boston is such a great city for graduates because it offers so much to do. You can see a sports game, spend the afternoon shopping, or enjoy night life in the city. Boston can be budget-friendly in many ways including transportation. Getting around is relatively easy; you can walk, take the T, or hop on the subway. Once you get to Boston you do not need to worry about an added expense of renting a car.

Atlantic City
Atlantic city is a great choice for any graduate to unwind. A fun atmosphere, lively entertainment, and the beach make this an incredible destination. A good thing about a tourist city is something is always open. Head over to the Atlantic City Boardwalk where there is world class shopping, great dining, and entertainment all along the beach. In Atlantic City you can enjoy some free activities like the beach or shows on the pier. There are also lots of other options for things to do that are relatively cheap; Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum!, Atlantic City Aquarium, or try your hand at the 18-hole miniature golf course right on the Boardwalk. If you want to take a break from the beach head inside to one of the Casinos. Check ahead of time for deals on hotels. Keep in mind many of the casinos offer buffets for their guests at a great price.

Myrtle Beach
Myrtle Beach is known for its amazing beach front. Tons of beach time fun can be found; rent a jet ski, wind surf, parasail, or surf. Get a great beach front hotel for a deal. During the summer months you will find live music right on the beach. If you are looking for something a little different you can take a Casino Cruise or head over to Ripley’s Believe it Or not Museum. If you want a break from the ocean head on over to one of Myrtle Beach’s water parks. Check out Le Grand Cirque Adrenaline at the Palace Theatre. It is a great show with acrobatics, crazy special effects, and amazing costumes. Everything is choreographed to a classic-rock sound track. Myrtle Beach is known for having great weather. It is easy for most graduates on the East Coast to get to. The ocean is therapeutic after all that hard work.

Orlando
Orlando is great for the graduate because there are so many things to do in a close proximity to one another. There are definitely beaches close by to enjoy or you can make this trip all about theme parks. You have three major theme parks within reach of one another to choose from. Enjoy just one of them or celebrate at all three. Check out Disney World. With four theme parks, 2 water parks, Disney’s Boardwalk, and Downtown Disney you have enough to keep you busy for weeks. Mickey Mouse is great no matter what age you are. “The happiest place on earth” is a great place for any celebration. When you are done with Mickey and friends head over to Universal Studios. With Universal you have three parks to choose from; Universal Studios Florida, Universal’s Island of Adventure, and Wet ‘n Wild Waterpark. Once you have your fill of the parks head over to the exciting Universal CityWalk. Here you can catch the Blue Man Group, enjoy dancing at one of the night clubs with live entertainment, or simply enjoy some incredible food. This is a great place to pick up souvenirs because there are so many shops. When you are done with all the thrilling attractions at Universal Studios then head over to SeaWorld. SeaWorld offers its guests amazing shows, spectacular dining, and thrilling rides all in one park. Shamu will keep you busy for hours! Many of these places offer discounts to those traveling in groups. To save a little extra money stay off site between your favorite attractions. Always check ahead before you go. Disney World offers “Grad Nite” for graduating high school seniors. Around graduation time you will find many ways to save money.

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5 Business Gifts that Won't Get Thrown Away

Most of us enjoy buying gifts for friends and family members. We like to present those we care about with gifts that are meaningful or will be useful to them. But when it comes to picking out business gifts, all of a sudden gift giving starts to feel like a chore.

It’s not that we don’t value our relationships with business associates. It’s that we don’t usually have personal relationships with these people, so it can be very difficult to choose the right gift. It’s often tempting to just pick up the first thing you see and get it over with.

That’s why so many business gifts end up in the trash, donated to charity or passed on to someone else. While it’s always the thought that counts, useless gifts just don’t make a very good impression. A gift should let the recipient know that you value his or her contributions enough to select something special. Here are five ideas for business gifts that will not be thrown away, put in the charity donation box or easily forgotten.

1. Food – Gourmet goodies are always a hit with business associates. Who can resist a box of luscious chocolates? If you’re buying for an entire office, a gourmet gift basket or a couple of tasty cheesecakes are sure to put a smile on everyone’s faces at a relatively low cost to you.

2. Office supplies – The idea of giving office supplies as business gifts may sound silly at first, but it’s actually not a bad one. Those who work in an office can certainly use them. A pack of copier paper might not go over very well, but how about an engraved pen and pencil set or a stylish desk organizer?

3. Flash drives – Flash drives are small and inexpensive, yet infinitely useful. They’re used by everyone from students to charity workers to CEOs. To add a special touch, you can have them engraved with a special message. Or have them customized with your company’s logo for a little free advertising!

4. Gift cards – Gift cards to popular stores or restaurants are perfect business gifts for those you don’t know very well. They allow the recipient to pick out something that they enjoy, taking the pressure off of you. Just remember to make sure that there is a location in the recipient’s area before you buy, and you’ll be good to go.

5. Donation gifts – Making a donation to charity in someone’s name is one of the most thoughtful business gifts you can give. And with TisBest’s charity gift cards, you can even let the recipient choose the charity that means the most to them. And they’re available in low denominations, so you can give charity gift cards to your entire staff and still stay within your gift giving budget!

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5 Breeds of Dogs that Kids Love and that Love Kids

Dogs make excellent companions for families. However, families with kids need to search for breeds that are going to love them as much as the kids will love the new dog. You may find it interesting that almost all breeds of dogs are great with children. Rarely, is a child attacked by a dog unless provoked. When purchasing a dog, you should always teach your children to be gentle and respectful of the new puppy. While, most dogs are great with children, there are some that are better than others.

Children should be monitored around puppies and small dogs. A child may harm them without trying. If you are interested in a small dog that will love your children and let your children love them, you should consider these breeds.

Pugs

Pugs were bred to be great companions and children love their smashed in noses. Pugs are small dogs with extremely large personalities. They love to sit in your lap, eat your food and sleep in your bed. This breed wants and need to be a part of your family. They are excellent with children and are sturdy, so they are able to handle the roughness of a kid. They are incredible affectionate and live to please you.

Pomeranians

Pomeranians are small dogs that love to please their owners. They make an excellent and loving companion to anyone in the family. They love children and will entertain them daily. Poms can resemble the cutest stuffed animal and are so small that your child may accidentally trample them, so you must be careful. The kids will love how fluffy and cute the Pom is.

Yorkshire Terrier

This small breed is one of the most popular breeds in the United States. They crave close physical contact and will follow you around. They make great companions for kids because they love to cuddle with their family. They are feisty and energetic, and kids will love their hairy tail and ears.

Larger dogs are great guard dogs that protect their families; you should supervise your children with a large dog as they may accidentally knock your child over. If you are interested in larger dogs that are wonderful with kids, you can consider

Dalmatians

A Dalmatian is a large dog, with an even larger personality. They are an active breed that loves to have fun and play. They are very protective of their families and crave physical affection from them. While, a Dalmatian will love to run and play with kids, their tail can be painful if it hits you, but they are strong enough to handle even the heaviest of roughhousing from children. Kids love Dalmatians thanks to Disney’s “101 Dalmatians.”

Labrador Retriever

Another large dog that is great with children is a lab. This is the most popular breed in the United States because they are incredibly loving and loyal to their families. They thrive on human contact and attention. They will adore playing with your kids outside and make an excellent family pet. This breed is well known for its stable and reliable temperaments. They are good natured and very trust worthy.

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5 Budget Friendly Holiday Gift Ideas

With the holidays around the corner you might already be concerned about how the season will affect your budget. If you are hoping to still be able to give fun holiday gifts and not break the bank then I have 5 ideas for you.

1. Photo Coasters from Shutterfly

These coasters can be designed by you with the recipient in mind. If you have a favorite photo of your kids that you think a grandparent would love then this is a great idea. You can even design the coasters with a picture of nature that you took on a vacation. You can make all of the coasters have the same picture of have a different picture on each one. The coasters come in a set of four and the regular price for them is $19.99. Shipping and handling is not included, but this site often offers free shipping or other specials that might be available.

2. Homemade Vanilla

If you have a friend or family member that loves to bake then making them homemade vanilla is a great gift idea. All you need is a glass jar, vanilla beans, and vodka. For instructions on how to make homemade vanilla you can go here. Vanilla beans can be expensive if purchased in a local store, so you can save money by buying them in bulk online. There are different sites that offer vanilla beans, but they are available on EBay as well. You can also save wine bottles to use instead of jars.

3. Movie Bundle

Giving a gift card can be a great gift if you know how to package it. You can take a simple gift card for a movie and have it in a popcorn bucket with all of the person’s favorite candies. This is a great gift for someone you know very well or someone you don’t know very well.

4. Board Game

A board game is a fun gift you can give to anyone. Just make sure the game is appropriate for the age of the person you will be giving the gift to. You can even suggest that you get together for dinner and game night during the year.

5. Books

If you have someone that loves to read you can get them some great books on a website like www.half.com. Some of the books are like new and you cannot even tell that it has been read before. You can often find hardback books for as low as $1.00!

These are all great Holiday gifts ideas when you have a budget to consider. Remember that the holiday season is not about spending the most money on a gift; it is about remembering the people you love.

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5 Bridesmaid Dilemmas and How to Deal With Them

Being a bride isn’t easy. You have to deal with florists, photographers, and wedding planners. Although most brides-to-be expect the people in their bridal party to be supportive, you may find yourself dealing with an uncooperative bridesmaid as well. Here are five common bridesmaid dilemmas and tips on how to deal with them.

The Unsatisfied Bridesmaid

If your bridesmaid complains about everything involving your wedding, it may make life easier to compromise when you can. If she really hates the bridesmaid dress that you are thinking about choosing, consider using her and the other girls’ input when making your final decision. If your bridesmaid is continuously unreasonable, try explaining that it is your wedding and that you will do things her way when it’s time for her to get married.

The Fighting Bridesmaids

If two or more of your bridesmaids aren’t getting along, it can be difficult to not get caught in the middle. The best thing that you can do in this situation is gently remind them that you have chosen each of them because they are all important to you and that you would appreciate it if they could make an effort to get along. If this doesn’t work, try to make it so that they only have to communicate with each other as little as possible.

The Pregnant Bridesmaid

Babies are a blessing, but it may not feel like it when your bridesmaid is pregnant. You may need to choose a maternity dress for her and deal with the more complicated problem — the bachelorette party. Consider a party that doesn’t involve alcohol, such as a beach getaway or spa weekend. If you’re unwilling to change your bachelorette party plans, don’t be offended if your pregnant bridesmaid doesn’t come.

The Broke Bridesmaid

If one of your bridesmaids is constantly complaining about not being able to afford the wedding, there are a few things to keep in mind. For starters, don’t go outrageous. Choose a bridesmaid dress, shoes, hotel rooms, etc. that are reasonably priced so that the cost isn’t too burdensome. If your bridesmaid is still unable to afford it, loan her money if you can. There’s only so much you can do in this situation, however.

The Wannabe Bridesmaid

At some point, someone who you aren’t planning to incorporate in your bridal party may suggest that they want to be in it. This can lead to a very awkward situation. Don’t say anything about it unless it’s brought up again. If it is, explain that you’ve decided to limit the bridal party to close friends only.

These are just a few of the many dilemmas that you may encounter with your bridesmaids. The most important thing is to keep your cool. Chances are that a difficult bridesmaid could be jealous that you’re getting married instead of her or afraid that things will change between you once you do get married.

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5 Budget-Friendly Graduation Trip Destinations

With the current school year rapidly coming to an end, high school seniors are sure to be in the process of planning their senior class trip. Even though high school seniors may be anxious to go on a fun trip to celebrate their accomplishment, let’s face it, their parents are probably short on cash, not only because of the economy, but because of everything else they’ve had to pay for in order to make their child’s senior year special. If you’re going to be graduating soon and your parents must plan a trip as economically as possible, such a trip is very possible. As long as you don’t have your mind set on a lavish trip to Paris, it is very possible to plan a trip that just as enjoyable.

Just about everyone likes amusement parks, and chances are that you like them, too. One great idea for a graduation trip is Cedar Point, an amusement park that is better known as the roller coaster capital of the world. Located in Sandusky, Ohio, this mega amusement park boasts a whopping 17 roller coasters among numerous other rides. Whether you plan on staying for the weekend or an entire week, there is sure to be a great deal to do at Cedar Point to keep you busy. There are over six different on-site hotels and resorts to choose from for your lodging convenience, or if you want to save money, you can choose to lodge nearby at the hotel of your choice.

Another great idea for fun-filled yet economical graduation trip is Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Located in the serene mountains of eastern Tennessee, Pigeon Forge offers many low-cost hotels as well as an abundance of entertainment options that are sure to thrill just about everyone. From museums to theatres to the popular Dollywood Amusement park, Pigeon Forge is a place full of fun. There is even an attraction where you eat dinner while experiencing a simulated disaster. The added bonus of going on a trip to Pigeon Forge is that you don’t have to spend a great deal of money in order to have a good time. You can pick and choose the attractions you’d like to visit, and many of them include dinner, which certainly helps when trying to have fun on a budget.

A graduation trip to New York City is a good choice, as it is only as expensive or inexpensive as you make it. Known for its wonderful designer clothing shops, New York is quite a lively city with many things to do besides spend money on shopping. Sure, you may want to window shop while you’re in New York, and possibly even splurge on one piece of clothing if you have the extra money, but there is so much more to do and see in New York. You can visit the Statue of Liberty, the NBC studios, The Rockefeller Center, the Hard Rock CafĂ© as well as the numerous other exciting attractions.

If you think a trip to Orlando, Florida is too expensive, then think again. Since Disney World is such a popular vacation destination, there are numerous discounted vacation packages available. And if you’re traveling with several friends, sharing the cost of accommodations will save you money. Sites like hotwire.com or orbitz.com can find you hotel and airfare for prices you can actually afford. Everyone knows the abundance of activities available in Orlando, from hanging out on the beach to visiting Universal Studios and so much more.

Atlanta, Georgia is yet another terrific choice to take a graduation trip to. In Atlanta, there are so many things to do that you may not be able to do everything during one trip. You’ll definitely want to go back in order to visit every exciting attraction this big city has to offer. There’s the Georgia Aquarium, the 3-D Coca Cola theatre, the underground mall, Woodruff Arts Center, and a great deal more. You can get a plane ticket to Atlanta pretty cheaply, or if you’d like to take a bus or a train, those tickets aren’t very costly either. Fortunately there are a great deal of low-price restaurants in Atlanta as well. Since there are so many to choose from, you’ll be able to pick and choose based on your own personal tastes instead of being limited to one of two restaurants because of their low prices.

No matter where you ultimately decide to take your graduation trip you will undoubtedly have a great time. All you need to do is pay careful attention to your budget and always plan activities that are low-cost or even free whenever possible. There are more activities than you may think that cost absolutely nothing, especially if you vacation in an area where there are parks and beaches where you can hike, swim, picnic and participate in similar activities. Many areas have dollar movies, and while dollar movies have usually been out for a while, it’s still a possible low cost activity to participate in while you’re on your celebration trip.

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