Best Money Tips: Carry a Water Bottle to Save Money
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips roundup. Today, we share with you the savings in a water bottle, cheap ingredient substitutions, 15 out-of-the-box ways to use petroleum jelly, and more!
Top 5 Articles
Save Money by Carrying a Water Bottle — "If you spent just five bucks a week on water and soda, you'd save $250 a year by using a water bottle instead." Get Rich Slowly
Cheapskate Ingredient Substitutions — "Chicken broth and beef broth can be replaced with vegetable scrap broth or 1 tbsp soy sauce diluted with water for each cup." Penniless Parenting
15 Uses for Petroleum Jelly — "Rub it on your hands to form an invisible glove for your next paint job or dirty chore. " Frugal for Life
DIY: How to Make a Supermarket Bouquet Look Like a Million Bucks — Look outside for tons of free filler material. Frugal Upstate
Choose to Spend Time on High Impact Activities — "In the context of blogging, the highest impact activity that you can spend your time on is writing." Dumb Little Man
Other Essential Reading
The 11 Best Short Term Investments for Your Money — "Short term investing allows investors to invest their money with little or no risk, while knowing their money is not going to be tied up for long periods of time." Good Financial Cents
Six Things Your Parents Never Taught You About Money — "Most parents try to teach their kids about money such as how to make it and how to manage it but only life experience can give us the full picture." Free Money Finance
TV Service Doesn't Have to Be Expensive — "If you are not a huge watcher, and you do have that all-important HDTV, you can get local channels by using an antenna." MoneyNing
4 Stash Your Cash Deals Most People Haven't Heard Of — "Sallie Mae Bank is an FDIC-insured bank that offers a very competitive 1.40% APY in their online savings account." My Money Blog
Tips for Paying Off Student Loans — "If all else fails, try negotiating with the loan company to get a lower interest rate." Rich Credit Debt Loan
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