Best Money Tips: How to Start a Blog in 10 Minutes

By Amy Lu on 5 August 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on how to start a blog in 10 minutes, KonMari-inspired storage solutions, and powerful willpower tips to help you achieve anything.

Top 5 Articles

How to Start a Blog in 10 Minutes or Less — Determine what you want as your blog's purpose or brand. Readers tend to prefer blogs with a stronger focus. [Well Kept Wallet]

11 KonMari-Inspired Storage Ideas to Simplify Your Life — The boxes that cellphones come in are great for small items like writing tools, sugar packets, tea bags, measuring spoons, and sticky notes. [Cheapism]

Achieve Anything With These 8 Powerful Willpower Tips — Set small deadlines toward a greater goal. The consistent act of self-control can increase overall willpower. [PopSugar Smart Living]

10 Tips for a Healthy, Planet-Friendly Back-to-School — Avoid plastic for your kids' lunchboxes and water bottles. Stainless steel will last for years, are easy to wash, and won't leach toxic chemicals into your child's food. [Small Footprint Family]

4 Election Year Myths About Investing — Odds are, you've come across these myths during this presidential election cycle. [Kiplinger]

Other Essential Reading

How To Make Buying Gifts More Affordable — Use discounted gift cards to save 10% or more on the gifts you buy. [Northern Cheapskate]

How To Save Money By Couponing — The Sunday paper is full of coupons, coupon inserts, store sale fliers, and much more, so get a subscription if you don't already have one. [Grad Money Matters]

4 Ways to Be More Productive (For the Next 20 Minutes) — Motivate yourself by turning boring or repetitive tasks into a game with a built-in reward. [MoneyMiniBlog]

5 Ways Single People Can Cook in Bulk for Less — Invest in a vacuum sealer to help you save groceries that might go to waste before you can get to them. [Everything Finance]

Ready, Set, Floor! 5 Children's Activities That Start on a Rug — Take advantage of floor space by using your rug for activities! You can play a variation on hopscotch with an alphabet rug or take a pretend trip on a map rug. [Parenting Squad]

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