Best Money Tips: How to Organize Dresser Drawers

by Amy Lu on 7 January 2011 4 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips roundup! Today, we share tips for organizing dresser drawers, a way to help you keep your cool, and advice for college students living on a budget.

Top 5 Articles

5 Tips for Organizing Dresser Drawers — I've been using the filing method for three years now. It really works! Apartment Therapy via Lifehacker

Six Questions To Help You Keep Your Cool — Instead of Losing Your Temper — If you feel you're about to snap, a good question to ask yourself is "Will this solve anything?" The Happiness Project

Money Saving Tips for College Students on a Budget — Take advantage of the services available to students, such as an on-campus gym or library DVD rentals. Canadian Finance Blog

Clutter Your Kids Bring Home From School: The ART Of Managing It — Dealing with clutter gets easier when you think of it as ART: "Action, Reference, or Trash?" Parenting Squad

How to Cut Calories to Lose Weight (Without Sacrificing Flavor & Cravings): 8 Clever & Easy Tricks — To avoid unconsciously nibbling at your food when you're already full, lay your napkin over your plate. Out of sight, out of mind! Money Crashers

Other Essential Reading

Glazed Cinnamon Scones Recipe — With such basic ingredients and easy-to-follow instructions (and the pictures!), this is another recipe I'll be sure to try. Money Saving Mom

Five Ways to Maximize Your Retirement Accounts — There's a formula to help you determine the amount in spending you need to cut in order to maximize your contributions. Five Cent Nickel

6 banking innovations to look for in 2011 — Text banking services make it easier (and faster) than ever to check your account balance, transaction history, or bill payments. Money Blue Book

Get a Roommate! 3 Great Ways to Find One — Your company's HR department may be able to connect you with other employees who are also looking for a roommate. Bargaineering via Currency

Will a Cash-Back Card Make You Spend More? — A study by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago suggests that you probably will. Kiplinger

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Thanks for the mention Amy!

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Amy Lu

You're very welcome, Tom! And thank YOU for the excellent tips -- college students need all the help they can get!

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Too bad these "dresser drawers" are actually parts of a bee hive.

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Amy Lu

Really? I don't know much about beekeeping -- I thought these were abandoned drawers. Thanks for pointing that out! I think I like the image even more now!

(And now I'm wondering, can dresser drawers be converted into bee hives?)