Best Money Tips: How to Build a Solid Travel Budget

By Amy Lu on 11 January 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on ways to build a solid travel budget, amazing uses for lavender essential oil, and how to get started as a flea market vendor.

Top 5 Articles

10 Ways to Build a Rock Solid Travel Budget — Remember to factor in costs for getting around in your travel destination. Research options like taxis, public transportation, and car rentals. [SheBudgets]

9 Amazing Uses For Lavender Essential Oil — Lavender's antifungal properties can help treat dandruff. [PopSugar Smart Living]

It Doesn’t Cost a Lot to Sell at a Flea Market. Here’s How to Get Started — Selling at a flea market can be a fun way to make some extra money. You can even make a decent living as a vendor if you know what you're doing! [The Penny Hoarder]

Try these personal-finance books for a richer 2017 — Whether your goal is to eliminate debt, increase your income, or simply learn more about money matters, these best-selling classics will guide you to a richer 2017. [The Monitor]

8 Triggers that Cause Overspending & How to Avoid Them — Being on vacation can make you forget about the financial obligations at home. Create a budget while you're planning the trip and continue tracking expenses during your vacation to avoid coming home to a pile of debt. [The Fortunate Investor]

Other Essential Reading

7 Things I Do Every Day To Keep The House Clean — Do these small but significant tasks regularly so that you're never overwhelmed with clutter again. [A Debt Free Mess Free Life]

5 Reasons Your Online Shop is Failing — Don't force your customers to sign up, log in, or complete surveys before they can shop with you. Most people find it annoying and intrusive. [OnMoneyMaking]

10 Changes To Level-up Your Work Environment From Ho-Hum to Wow — Play energetic music in the afternoon to stimulate the brain and fight off fatigue. [Lifehack]

Finding the Line Between Frugality and Deprivation — You can cause serious long-term damage to your financial plans if trying to be too frugal is making you feel deprived. [The Simple Dollar]

7 Not-So-Obvious Benefits of Investing — One major benefit of investing is the ability to grow your money, but you also pick up important skills as you delve into the world of investing. [Ready To Be Rich]

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