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9 simple ways to save money while eating out

Eating out is literally my kryptonite and the hardest habit to kick. I just love the convenience of eating out but it can really add up. Think about it: if you go out to lunch every day for a week at a conservative $7 a meal, you will be speaking $35 a week and $140 per month! Let's be realistic, though, what restaurant can you go to for $7 a meal? Typically it is more like $8-10 or more if you order a drink and/or dessert.
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