Three Important Topics To Discuss Before You Book A Hotel Conference Room

21 October 2015
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Booking a hotel conference room to play host to your upcoming work meeting, training sessions or even celebratory gala is an effective way to connect with your staff outside the walls of your office. By getting away from the office, you can often get to know another side of your employees while also collectively boosting the morale of your team. When you're considering a hotel conference room for your event, you'll likely be ready to ask questions about the rental rate and dates of availability. Read More 

How To Stay Sane While Staying In A Hotel With Young Children

7 August 2015
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If you are taking your young children on vacation with you, or simply trying to get away for the weekend and don't want to employ a full-time babysitter for two entire days, then you are going to end up in a hotel with your younger children. This can be difficult for both you and your children—they will have to deal with older people who don't want them to make a ton of noise, and you will have to deal with their noise. Read More 

4 Tips For Handling The Waiting List At A Retirement Community

11 May 2015
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When your parent needs to move into a retirement community, you might find that the one you are interested in does not have any vacancies. If this happens, your parent could be placed on a waiting list. Here is what you need to know about waiting lists and what you and your family can do while waiting.  Place a Deposit Some retirement communities require you to pay a deposit while you wait for an opening. Read More 

How To Save Money On Your Summer Vacation With A Large Family

31 March 2015
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If you have a large family, and you are interested in taking a vacation this summer, you may be a bit wary about the amount of money you will be spending. There are many ways to save money while going on vacation, and just because you are a larger unit doesn't mean you need to be paying more than you can handle. Here are some money-saving tips for families with several members that can help you spend less while going away. Read More 

Toddler’s First Vacation? 3 Tips To Help Them Feel Comfortable At A Hotel

26 March 2015
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If you are taking your small child on his or her first real vacation and sleeping in a hotel, then your child is likely either excited or terrified about sleeping a new place. The truth is that even a child who seems excited about their first real hotel stay may become afraid after all once you leave home and reality sets in. No matter what your child's first reaction is to sleeping away from home, keep these tips in mind to help calm and alleviate fear your child may have about sleeping in a foreign place for the very first time. Read More