In a time of austerity, the notion of dining out to enjoy delicious food seems almost quaint.

Yet when it comes to dining out, a good meal can be a major source of income.

The World Economic Forum reports that restaurants are among the top sources of income for many people.

It says the average income for a middle-class household is around $1,200 a year.

In a world of stagnant wages, it is easy to overlook this as the norm.

But if you are a single person, or are a student, or a parent who is worried about their child’s education, dining out could be a way to get more out of your day.

For example, in India, where there is a shortage of affordable and nutritious food, it could be beneficial to have a meal in a restaurant.

There are also a few tips on how to make the most of your meal.

1.

Use a tablecloth, not a plate.

In India, the number of plates that go in a meal is low.

So if you want to enjoy a meal, use a table cloth instead.

2.

Eat with one eye closed.

In this day and age, when most people are busy with their smartphone, it can be easy to lose focus on the food.

You should look away from your plate to take in the food before you even finish eating.

This can also help prevent eye strain.

3.

Drink water to reduce discomfort.

Water can help you feel full, relax, and focus on your food.

It can also be helpful to drink a small amount of water every time you eat to avoid dehydration.

4.

Take a break.

If you are worried about your health or your child’s well-being, there are many other ways to make it easier for you to relax.

If there is nothing else to do, take a break from your smartphone, use your phone as a pillow, or lie down.

5.

Go with friends.

For people who work from home, it makes sense to have friends at home who are also working, so you can have a conversation while you eat.

6.

Have a snack in your hands.

Eating with your hands makes it easier to hold your food in your mouth and eat more easily.

7.

Be mindful of what you eat: Avoid high-calorie foods and snacks.

Eat a small portion of each food that you have a chance of eating.

8.

Avoid sugar.

In the West, it has been popular to eat sweets as part of a snack.

In some places, such as India, people have a hard time controlling their sugar intake, which can lead to obesity and diabetes.

9.

Use different types of food.

In many countries, it may be difficult to find healthy snacks, such the chocolate, that you can choose from.

The best snack option would be fresh fruits and vegetables, preferably organic ones.

In most cases, there is no need to worry about calories, sugar, salt, fat, and salt.

If your child has allergies, or if you have allergies to any of the ingredients in food, ask your doctor about how to keep the ingredients healthy.

10.

Use salt as a seasoning.

If possible, add salt to a snack, or when you are out to eat, a salad or soup.