How to Tip


Some pertinent words about a lot of folks who work their tails off for us but whom we hardly notice. Click on the link below at the adoptingjames.wordpress blog. You’ll be surprised what you’ll learn.

 

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Most of us have worked a job serving tables, delivering food, or some sort of unglorified job where paying our bills relies almost completely on the generosity of others.

But then there are many who have been lucky enough to avoid such vocations. Thus, there are people who have no idea that their servers and delivery drivers only make about $2.15 an hour, depending on the state and restaurant.

So the tip you leave them is not additional money on top of a significant salary. It literally goes to paying their bills, maintaining their car, taking care of their children, getting their loved ones Christmas presents, etc.

So I’ve compiled a few steps that I follow when leaving a tip for someone at a restaurant. Yes, I really do keep all of these factors in mind every time I go out, and I think if you do the same, you’ll…

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About samuelehall

A follower of Jesus, husband, father of 3 adult children, writer and learner.
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