Best Money Tips: Define Your Fashion Style and Save Money

by Ashley Jacobs on 26 November 2012 0 comments
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Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some stellar articles on defining your fashion style and saving money, tips for effectively using layaway, and cutting winter costs and saving for the holidays!

Top 5 Articles

How to Define Your Fashion Style and Save Money — Save money while defining your fashion style by flipping through a magazine to see what you are drawn to. [Money Crashers]

4 Tips for Effectively Using Layaway — To use layaway effectively, know the fees associated with it. [Bargaineering]

Tackle These Now to Cut Winter Costs and Start Saving for the Holidays! — Now's the time to keep your window's closed and your doors open. By making sure your windows are properly insulated, you will save money! [Credit Sesame]

Holiday Shopping Advice You Won't Get From Your Mother — Chances are, your mother won't tell you not to wait until the last minute to buy presents. [MintLife Blog]

5 Ways to Get a Free Education — If you want a free education, try edX or your local library. [Money Talks News]

Other Essential Reading

How to re-grow your grub — Did you know you can regrow grocery items like celery and ginger even if they are going bad? [MSN Money]

Gift Guide: 10 Cute And Creative Bookmarks — If you need a gift for the reader in your life, consider getting him or her some recipe bookmarks. [SavvySugar]

Winter Car Maintenance Tips — Before winter really hits, make sure your wiper blades can handle the snow! [Kiplinger]

How to Maximize Your Lifetime Earnings — Getting a higher starting salary will help you maximize your lifetime earnings. [Free Money Finance]

Parenting Squad Holiday Guide 2012: Tech Tools for Kids (And Parents) — When allowing your kids to use technology, always limit their time with it. [Parenting Squad]

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