Best Money Tips: A Travel Agent's Tips for the Best Vacation Ever

By Amy Lu on 2 October 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on how to have the best vacation ever, pre-workout fitness tips, and how to fix the money mistakes that we all make.

Top 5 Articles

9 Tips For Having the Best Vacation, According to a Travel Agent — Before boarding your plane, look up the best way to get from the airport to your accommodations. Consider splitting fares with other travelers or using airport shuttle services to keep travel costs low. [PopSugar Smart Living]

12 Fitness Tips You Should Know Before Even Breaking a Sweat — Are you an endomorph, an ectomorph, or a mesomorph? Customize your fitness routine around your body type for a more productive workout. [Cheapism]

6 Common Money Mistakes We All Make (and How to Fix Them Fast!) — Don't set and forget your 401(k). Review your allocations regularly and rebalance as necessary. [Wallet Hacks]

Top 4 Ways to Save Money on Dog Food Without Sacrificing Quality — When it comes to quality dog food, ingredients matter more than the brand — or the buzzwords that you often find on the packaging. [Money Q&A]

Here’s How You Should Price Used Furniture (to Get the Most Cash!) — The basic guideline for decent-quality used furniture is 70% to 80% of the original selling price. [Money Pantry]

Other Essential Reading

The Right and Wrong Kinds of Side Hustles — One of the best reasons to start a side hustle is to set up something will hopefully blossom into a future career. [Dyer News]

How to ask for payment politely (and firmly) — Use these scripts to request payment and get paid by your clients faster. [I Will Teach You To Be Rich]

Tips For Shopping For The Perfect Car — Don't let the salesperson pressure you into buying a model you don't like or can't afford. Show them that you know what you want and you won't be intimidated into a decision. [Shopping Kim]

5 Types of Insurance You May Need But Haven’t Heard Of — Wedding insurance can protect the bride or groom from a wide range of contingencies, including venue closings, loss of physical property, accidents, and financial loss if one party changes their mind. [Dumb Little Man]

Sowing common ground: Botanical gardens tell the story of climate change — Botanical gardens can help visitors better understand the local effects of climate change. [The Christian Science Monitor]

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