Best Money Tips: Save $500 On Your Cellphone
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on how to save $500 on your cellphone this year, tips for using coupons, and things you should spend money on when you are jobless.
Top 5 Articles
How to Save $500 on Your Cellphone This Year — Instead of paying for texting, use an instant messaging service instead, for example Yahoo Messenger. [SmartMoney]
Clip Your Way to Savings: 5 Tips for Using Coupons — Be sure to plan your shopping strategy once you have clipped your coupons. [Parenting Squad]
5 Things You Should Spend Money On When You Are Jobless — Even if you don't have a job, it is ok to shell out money on business cards. [Walletpop]
10 Side Hustles to Keep the Wolf from the Door — Keep yourself afloat financially by having a side hustle to bring in extra income. Try being a dog walker or a lawn painter. [Frugal Dad]
How to Love the Life You Already Have — One of the best way to love your life is to take time to enjoy everything you have instead of focusing on what you want to change. [PickTheBrain]
Other Essential Reading
What are the Best Credit Cards for You? — Before you get a credit card, stop to think about how you will use your card. If you use your card to buy groceries or gas, a grocery or gas credit card may be best for you. [Money Smart LIfe]
8 Tips for Catching Typos Before You Click Send — To make prevent yourself from sending a typo-filled email, try to add words you commonly misspell to your autocorrect dictionary. [BNET]
Warning Signs: Don't Rent That Apartment! — Don't rent an apartment with limited exits or a lack of windows. [billeater.com]
Boost Your Confidence by Talking About Something You Know Well — To keep your nerves from getting in your way, give yourself a confidence boost by explaining something you understand well. [Lifehacker]
10 Ways to Save Money on Gasoline — If you want to save money on gas, be a consistent driver. [Yes, I Am Cheap]
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