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Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Honeymoon Travel Tips

Hello...Happy New Year!! Some of you may be planning your honeymoon and have wondered if you should use your credit card when you travel...well here is some advice that will help you.

Take your major credit cards, such as, Visa, Master Card and American Express. Make sure they are really credit cards and not just debit cards with a credit card company's logo on them. Many locations require a credit card and will not accept a debit card, so they may have limited use on your travel. Leave all your local store credit cards in a secure location at home; there will be no need to carry them with you.

Yes, using your credit card can be more valuable than using cash, so use it when you can. You'll probably be able to get a better exchange rate than changing money to spend yourself. You'll be in a stronger position; the credit card company can often charge back disputed charges. Many times your credit card will offer an extra guarantee or warranty when you purchase items with your card, but you'll want to read the fine print for exceptions. You won't have to risk your safety by carrying and displaying large amounts of cash. If you lose your card, most credit cards have a low maximum liability limit if you quickly report the card as lost.

Sunday, December 21, 2008

Geez where did December go?

Sorry I have been MIA for a while but you know how it goes in the month of December! Shopping, wrapping, decorating, baking, parties!! I can't believe we are only 4 days ot from the BIG day! I hope you are all ready?! So all I have for you in this post are a few more tips that I hope will help you out a bit with your wedding plans.

Tip 1. Place corresponding number from guest list on the back of each response card. This works great if the respond card is returned with no names (believe me this does happen!) Simply flip it over and look at the number on the back and match it up with the line number they were on your guest list.

Tip 2. Order a small wedding cake and large sheet cake to be hidden in the kitchen to cut and serve from. Sheet cake is much cheaper than wedding cake!

Tip 3. Let your Mother-in-law-to-be help with some of the planning/tasks. Trust me on this! She wants to be included and you will get on her good side. ha ha