Best Money Tips: Creative Ways to Say Thank You
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some stellar articles on creative ways to say thank you, signs you're over your job, and how to eat vegetarian on the cheap.
Top 5 Articles
9 Creative Ways To Say Thank You — Next time you want to thank someone, consider doing it with food or a video. [Christian PF]
4 signs you're over your job & 5 things you can do about it — You may be over your job if you don't think getting fired would be a bad thing. [Get Rich Slowly]
How to eat vegetarian on the cheap — If you want to eat vegetarian on the cheap, learn to recognize ripe fruits and veggies. [Five Cent Nickel]
The 5 Worst Ways to Save Money — Falling prey to consumer traps is one of the worst ways to save money. [Sweating the Big Stuff]
Should I Trade In My Car? — Consider trading in your car if you can negotiate an excellent price on a new car or you can sell your old car yourself and get a better price than you would from a dealer. [Barbara Friedberg Personal Finance]
Other Essential Reading
Walking, Riding, and Driving to Class: Back to School Safety Tips for Families — If your child walks to school, make sure they are implementing the buddy system. [Parenting Squad]
All-in-One Laundry Bombs — Did you know you can make your own laundry bombs for just a few dollars? [PopSugar Smart Living]
How Can I Learn to Dress Better? — To dress better, start by performing a wardrobe audit. [Lifehacker]
Three Factors that Reduce a Home's Value — Foreclosures and environmental threats can reduce a home's value. [Free Money Finance]
What Makes a Brand or Restaurant So Memorable? — Brands or restaurants that have an unusual take on the same old stuff tend to be more memorable. [Careful Cents]
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