Best Money Tips: Get the Most for Your Money When Toy Shopping

by Ashley Jacobs on 29 September 2011 0 comments
Photo: Harsha KR

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on getting the most for your money when buying toys, planning your holiday budget, and fashion on a budget.

Top 5 Articles

6 Ways to Get the Most for Your Money When Buying Toys — Want to get the most for your money when buying toys? Try to buy toys that are gender neutral. [billeater.com]

How to Start Planning Your Holiday Budget — Start gearing up for the holidays by keeping an eye on online deals. [Currency]

Fashion on a Budget — Stay fashionable on a budget by considering purchasing knock offs.[Canadian Finance Blog]

How to Avoid Overdrafting — To avoid overdrafting, make sure you keep a ledger so you know how much money you have and where your money is going. [Financially Poor]

5 Reasons to Ban Technology in Your Meeting — By banning technology in your meeting, people will be more active participants. [Time Management Ninja]

Other Essential Reading

13 Ways to Squeeze in Fitness With Young Children — Exercise with your kids by using them as weights. Pull them in a wagon, carry them on your back, or even push them in a wheelbarrow! [Parenting Squad]

10 Ways To Stay Calm in These Crazy Markets — Avoid letting the market get you down by only risking what you can afford to lose. [Intelligent Speculator]

Thoughts on Mastering Time — Master time during your commute by developing a task list for things you need to do during that day. [Money Reasons]

10 Myths About Online Banking — If you think that banking offline is more convenient than online banking, you are mistaken. [Automatic Finances]

How to Stay On- Task...Every Day — Make sure you stay on task everyday by minimizing the amount of interruptions you will encounter. [Dumb Little Man]

News & Events

Wise Bread Tweetchat (#WBChat) — Today from 12pm-1pm PST, we will be hosting our weekly tweetchat. Join us as we talk about financial goals!

Be sure to check out our News & Events Calendar to see all the awesome upcoming events in the personal finance world!

0
No votes yet
Your rating: None
ShareThis

comments

0 discussions

Add New Comment

CAPTCHA
This test helps prevent automated spam submissions.