Best Money Tips: Don't Fall for These Black Friday Tricks
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some stellar articles on Black Friday tricks you shouldn't fall for, working part time in college, and frugal Christmas decorations.
Top 5 Articles
Black Friday Deals: Don't Fall for These Dirty Tricks — Don't fall for advertisements that make you think a price is good when it's not. [Consumerism Commentary]
Working Part Time in College: Four Common University Jobs — College students can make extra money as note takers or tutors. [Young Adult Finances]
Frugal Christmas Decorations — Keep your Christmas decorations frugal this year by making small bowls of potpourri and placing them around your house. [TheDollarStretcher.com]
3 Reasons Why You're Unhappy with Your Financial Situation - Even Though You Have Enough — You may be unhappy with your financial situation because you don't have a purpose for your money. [Cash Money Life]
Three Ways to Prepare for a Financially Joyful Holiday Season — To prepare for a financially joyful holiday season, don't forget that experiences make great gifts. [MoneyNing]
Other Essential Reading
Black Friday: 5 good reasons to stay home — In store prices might not be better than the prices you will find online, so consider staying home this Black Friday! [Living On The Cheap]
3 Ways to Make Thanksgiving Last All Year Long — To make Thanksgiving last all year long, give of your time and talents. [Christian Personal Finance]
Why Wait? Start Your New Year's Resolutions Now! — Starting your New Year's resolutions now because the sooner you start (especially with financial resolutions), the less money you waste! [NarrowBridge Finance]
Genius! Unclog Your Toilet Without a Plunger — Did you know you can unclog your toilet with dishwashing soap and warm water? [PopSugar Smart Living]
Grateful for Moms Night Out! 5 Ideas You and Your Friends Will Love — During your next moms night out, host a "favorite things" party. [Parenting Squad]
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