Your kids have their whole summer ahead of them - no schoolwork or having to get up early. And you deserve to relax some too. With the long warm summer nights, you'll have plenty of chances to spend quality family time together.
Most drivers and motorists think little of their automobile's thermostat come summer time and summer time driving. Yet by not checking this vital part of your car, truck or SUV's cooling system you risk transportation breakdowns and potentially costly and preventable vehicle repair costs. Take the time to have your radiator and cooling system's thermostat or thermostats checked out now – that is especially if you are planning a summer time vacation driving trip and especially if you are or will be hauling a trailer or boat trailer behind your vehicle.
Go all-inclusive: If they exist where you’re going, head for the all-inclusive air/hotel/rental car packages whenever possible because making your reservations a la carte will almost always cost you more.
When it comes to educational tourist attractions, many parents automatically think of a museum. Science museums, history museums, and art museums are located all around the world. How about going on a road trip and visiting as many museums and other sites along the way? It's always fun to drop in on small town museums. They always surprise you with what they have in their collections. Plus it's usually free, or quite inexpensive! If your child has a certain interest (maybe in dinosaurs), it would be a great idea to take them to a dinosaur museum. Try to choose museums that are designed with kids in mind. Museums that are the most fun for children are ones that have a certain degree of interactivity. Things like video, puzzles, audio and things that the kids can pick up and play with. Those types of museums are always the most fun!
Isn’t this the time of life you are all supposed to be looking forward to? You worked hard all these years and now it’s time to relax and hang a little. This is what your parents and grandparents may have done. One difference may be however, that most of you are living longer than they did which means more years to fill your time, which means more money needed.
If the business itself is nothing new, but they're using some neat marketing tactic to get customers in the door, add the marketing idea to your list as well. For example, I read about a CPA who partnered with a hotel to offer weekend guests a completed tax return by checkout. Two unlikely business partners who profited from a creative idea.
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