Best Money Tips: Practical Driving Tips That Save Gas — And Money

By Amy Lu on 17 July 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on practical driving tips that help you save on gas, summer essentials that are good for your body and your budget, and sneaky ways to get paid for exercising.

Top 5 Articles

3 Practical Driving Tips To Save You Money On Gas — When you reach the top of a hill, use the downhill slope to gain speed without using any gas. [Dumb Little Man]

Summer Essentials Designed to Save Your Life and Your Budget — Your lips are part of your skin and need to be protected, too. Use lip balm with SPF when you'll be out in the sun, and carry some with you so you can reapply throughout the day. [SheBudget]

16 Sneaky Ways to Get Paid While You Get in Shape — Become a walking tour guide and share your town's history and nature. You'll get good exercise in and be paid for it! [The Penny Hoarder]

Here's How to Travel in Ways That Don't Trash the Planet —Embrace the bicycle, especially if you're visiting a city. Odds are, they'll have a bike share so you don't even have to bring your own. [PopSugar Smart Living]

6 Reasons You Should Pay Your Bills Ahead of Schedule — Paying your bills early will give you more time to fix any mistakes that may crop up. [Everything Finance]

Other Essential Reading

Six Tips For Slaying Self-Doubt — One of the easiest ways to build your confidence is to set a small goal — and hit it! [Best Kept Self]

7 Simple Hacks To Start Talking to Strangers with Ease — A surefire way to start a conversation with a stranger is to say hello with a big smile. [Life Hacks]

5 Ways Not to Let Other People’s Stress Wear You Down — When you feel yourself experiencing secondhand stress, it's okay to end the (often one-sided) conversation. [Productivity Theory]

How to Improve Your Mood Right Now: 3 Simple Habits — Sometimes you don't feel positive or enthusiastic, but you can act as if you are and have the emotions follow. [The Positivity Blog]

Male nurses? Female firefighters? Yes, as career boundaries erode. — More women are entering traditionally male-dominated fields, and vice versa. [The Christian Science Monitor]

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