How to save money Monday through Friday  and still order takeout

How to save money Monday through Friday  and still order takeout: There is one simple step: If you reside in Philly download the app that pays you to eat, Bitescourt food app. What better way to start the new year off ? Bitescourt now offers  section on the web page which has nothing but discounts for you to use on any restaurant located on the … Continue reading How to save money Monday through Friday  and still order takeout

How to make money

How to make money with out leaving your house: If your reading this headline your probably wondering, well how can i make money with out leaving my house? Well i’m here to save the day , follow these simple steps ,and you will have free food and some extra cash. Bitescourt has created two intense programs but there is a program I’ve briefly touched on. … Continue reading How to make money

Walnut Street Theater Annie

Walnut Street Theater Annie November 7th, 2017 – January 7th, 2018 December in Philly bring to you ANNIE! Annie is a musical that has been in america playing in Broadway since 1977.  According to the plays script, The play is about An orphan in a facility run by the mean Miss Hannigan (Carol Burnett), Annie (Aileen Quinn) believes that her parents left her there by mistake. … Continue reading Walnut Street Theater Annie

Philadelphia suburbs Christmas shows:

Philadelphia suburbs Christmas shows: In October I wrote about a few farms that you might read here as well,In PA farms have a lot to offer,  the farms are normally year round and are all decked out with decor during holidays. Today I am writing about two different farms located in the suburban part of Pennsylvania. The best part about the suburban farms are the light … Continue reading Philadelphia suburbs Christmas shows:

Philadelphia’s Christmas Village:

December is a magical time in Philadelphia as it looks like a Christmas village. The City of Brotherly Love shines bright during the holidays, with light shows, ice skating rinks, tree lighting, concerts and much more! My favorite part is the holiday village with all the shops, you can’t help but feel magical as if your coming straight out of the north pole. I mean … Continue reading Philadelphia’s Christmas Village:

The history of Thanksgiving

Is any one else curious about the The History of Thanksgiving? Do you all remember history class in middle school ? ( I know it’s been some time aha) Well here’s a refresher course , join me as we travel decades in the past . Welcome to the year 1621 where history teaches us according to “the Plymouth colonists and Wampanoag Indians shared an autumn harvest feast … Continue reading The history of Thanksgiving