Best Money Tips: How to Afford Long-Term Travel

By Amy Lu on 1 November 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on how to afford long-term travel, extreme ways to save money, and quick switches for a greener home.

Top 5 Articles

How to Afford Long-Term Travel — If you need to get around locally, opt for public transit rather than using taxis or rental cars. [Money Soldiers]

6 Extreme Ways To Save Money — You can save a lot of money by becoming homesteaders and living off the land. [Bible Money Matters]

Quick Switches For An Eco-Friendlier Home — Switch out your plastic food containers for glass. Plastic is bad for the environment, and can be harmful to your health, too. [Shopping Kim]

Let’s Talk Turkey: Thanksgiving Kitchen Safety Tips — If you must deep-fry your turkey, make sure do it outdoors away from buildings and that the fryer is on a level surface to avoid accidental tipping. [The Allstate Blog]

Holiday Shopping Tips That Will Save You A Boatload of Money — When you can apply multiple coupon codes to a purchase, make sure to enter them strategically. [A Mess Free Life]

Other Essential Reading

Las Vegas shines as a model for solar power — An upswing in solar energy is quickly making Vegas a paragon on conservation. [The Christian Science Monitor]

5 Genius Tips to Make Dishwashing Simple — Unload clean dishes before dinner so that dirty dishes can go right in after dinner. [A Few Shortcuts]

5 Obstacles That Can Stand In Your Way When You’re Trying to Save Money — You won't have very much wiggle room for saving money when you carry a lot of debt. See if you can refinance with a lower interest rate and free up some money for your savings. [Due]

23 Unique Ways to Decorate With Christmas Lights — String twinkling lights on focal pieces to make your everyday decorations more festive. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Make Those Lists and Check Them Twice: Tips for Budgeting for the Holidays — Join Experian's #CreditChat tomorrow at 3 p.m. ET for a discussion on holiday budgeting tips. [Experian]

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