Best Money Tips: How to Save Money While Traveling Solo

By Amy Lu on 8 November 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on ways to save money while traveling by yourself, best uses for a financial windfall, and ways to make money with your smartphone.

Top 5 Articles

11 Ways to Save Money When Traveling Solo — The cheapest way for a solo traveler to get around is public transit. Some major cities even offer multiday transit passes for unlimited rides. [Cheapism]

7 Best Uses for a Financial Windfall — While it's important to chip away debt and build up an emergency fund, there may be certain expenses in your life that should be made sooner rather than later. [Everything Finance]

50 Ways to Make Money With Your Smartphone — It only takes 15 minutes or less to complete micro tasks on your phone — and get paid! [Well Kept Wallet]

How to Make Extra Money with Part Time Jobs for Christmas — People who are terrible at wrapping gifts would pay good money for someone else to do it for them. [Money Q&A]

The 5 best (and worst) frugal living tips we know — Instead of taking surveys for quick cash, negotiate for better pricing on bills you're already paying. [I Will Teach You To Be Rich]

Other Essential Reading

Advanced Storytelling Hacks: How To Be A Great Storyteller — A great story starts with the buildup. Paint the scene for your listeners. [Dumb Little Man]

15 Things Depression Will Tell You That Are Actually Horrible Lies — Depression may tell you that you shouldn't be this happy, but that's a big fat lie. [PopSugar Smart Living]

10 Filling and Cheap Pantry Staples — You can't beat oats for the price and versatility! [Mint Life]

Radical Ways to Accomplish Your Financial Goals — A spending fast is a dramatic step to take for saving money, but it can help redefine your idea of "normal spending". [Matt About Money]

Securing the vote: How 'paper' can protect US elections from foreign invaders — Voting machines that don't produce a verifiable paper trail are vulnerable to tampering, but the issues are not impossible to address. [The Christian Science Monitor]

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