Best Money Tips: 40+ Frugality Tips From the 1950s

By Amy Lu on 8 March 2018 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on frugality tips from the 1950s, cruise tips from a cruise director, and how to stay healthy when your kids are sick.

Top 5 Articles

46 Tips To Save You Time, Money, and Trouble (From The 1950’s!) — Many frugality tips from 1958 are still useful today! [Budgets Are Sexy]

10 Game-Changing Cruise Tips From Carnival Vista's Cruise Director — If you're prone to motion sickness, it's best to book your stateroom in the middle of the ship on decks one or two. [PopSugar Smart Living]

How to try and Stay Healthy When the Kids are Sick — When your kids are sick, it's important that you give your immune system a boost. Eat fruits rich in vitamin C like oranges, strawberries, and kiwis. [The Diary of a Frugal Family]

Disability Insurance: Yes, You Need It — Your chances of becoming disabled are much higher than most people think. If you set it up correctly, disability insurance will be a great help during times when you can't work. [The Broke Professional]

10 DIY Easter Decoration Ideas — You can make festive, stylish Easter décor for your home at half the price of store-bought decorations. [Fabulously Frugal]

Other Essential Reading

How to survive a budget road-trip with kids — If the only exciting part of your road trip is the destination, the long drive to get there will just be long hours to endure. Set a theme for the journey and plan games, activities, and stories so that you have fun on the way, too. [Frugal Living NW]

A place for everything. Seriously. — Having a place for everything means you won't have to think about where things are or where to put them when you're done with them. You'll be able to find items without interrupting your flow or creativity. [Unclutterer]

Frugal Ideas To Enjoy Spring Break at Home — Treat yourself with a visit to the local resort to save on travel expenses. Look for deals on sites like Groupon, Travelocity, and Expedia to save even more! [Frugal Beautiful]

How to Get Dry Erase Marker Out of Clothes — Some marker stains come right off, but others seem like they would stick around until the end times. The key to removing dry erase marker stains may surprise you. [Thrifty Frugal Mom]

Cities argue 5G internet rollout laws violate property rights — Under new laws passed in 16 states, local authorities will have no control over where antennas are placed and how much cities can charge companies for using public property. [The Christian Science Monitor]

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