Best Money Tips: Inexpensive Ways to Celebrate St. Patty's Day

by Ashley Jacobs on 15 March 2011 4 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on inexpensive ways to celebrate St. Patty's Day, ways to improve your credit score, and tips for some great shut eye.

Top 5 Articles

Inexpensive Ways to Celebrate St. Patty's Day — This St. Patty's day, celebrate frugally by cooking real Irish food. [Quizzlewire]

5 Easy Ways to Improve Your Credit Score — Want to improve your credit score? Stick with just one card and pay more than the minimum each month. [Moola Days]

6 Frugal Tips For Some Great Shut Eye — Get better sleep (and save money) by ditching caffeine! [Savvy Sugar]

How to Get Audited By the IRS — If you want to make sure you get audited by the IRS, receive your income in cash. [Consumerism Commentary]

5 of the Worst Ways to Save Money — Don't try to save money by neglecting your health. Doing so may cost you more in the long run. [Money Ning]

Other Essential Reading

6 Tips for Creating a Secure Online Password — Make sure you create secure passwords by testing the strength of any password you create. [Financial Highway]

How to be Fashionable on a Budget — Be fashionable without breaking the bank by shopping at the right place at the right time. [Christian PF]

5 Things To Know About Meat Labeling Changes — Did you know there will be labeling changes made to meat? You will start noticing changes starting January 1, 2012. [Parenting Squad]

What To Put in a DIY Disaster Preparedness Kit — Get your disaster preparedness kit ready by making sure to include a dust mask. [Re-Nest]

10 Tips for Dealing With Bullies at Work — Do you have to deal with bullies at work? If so, don't become emotional when dealing with them. [The Huffington Post]

We were included in Money Talks News' Take 5 roundup last week. Thank you for including us with such a great group of bloggers!

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Ray Jamali's picture

Although I am not Scottish it is one of my Favorite "holidays" :)

Thanks for the link love!

Ashley Jacobs's picture

You are welcome!

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Rebecca ON

Uh, as an Irish person I feel the need to correct...
"Patty's Day" would indicate a St Patricia.
It should be either "PADDY's Day" or if you insist "Patsy's Day".

Definitely not patty... Do American people call it that?!

And @Ray St Patrick is seen as an Irish saint not Scottish (although he was Welsh - long story...)

Ray Jamali's picture

oooppsss I meant Irish not Scottish ... :)