Best Money Tips: Save Money on Your Vacation This Summer

by Ashley Jacobs on 13 April 2013 2 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some fantastic articles on saving money on your summer vacation, building a library on the cheap, and money lessons from Mad Men.

Top 5 Articles

How To Save Money On Your Vacation This Summer — To save money on your summer vacation, consider eating from street vendors instead of restaurants. [Money Q&A]

10 Ways to Build a Library on the Cheap — Check out used book stores and thrift shops to build your own library on the cheap. [Money Talks News]

5 Money Lessons from Mad Men — Mad Men can teach us the importance of knowing your worth. [Credit Sesame]

Estate Planning for Young Couples — When young couples are thinking about estate planning, durable power of attorney should be something they consider. [Bargaineering]

Women: Will success leave you lonely? — 42% of women feel that being a financially independent woman is intimidating to men and will result in them being alone. [MSN Money]

Other Essential Reading

Why You Should Do More Than Just Save Money — Saving money isn't enough; you must find ways to increase your income too! [Careful Cents]

Making Museum Memberships Worth the Cost — If an annual membership to a museum is around the same price as a one-time visit, it might be a good idea to purchase the membership. [Free Money Finance]

8 Jobs That Pay Women More Than Men — Female media relations specialists make more than men with the same job title. [Kiplinger]

9 Cleaning Hacks From Real People — Make cleaning easier by listening to music or letting your hunger motivate you. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Beating the Bullies: How Kids (and Adults) Can Fight Back Against Bullying — Parents can teach their kids to fight back against bullying by setting a positive example. [Parenting Squad]

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One of the best money tips gave me a co-worker. While being on a six figure salary he has not been on vacation away last 10 years.

Not sure whether it is an ultimate solution. To be perfectly honest I visited almost 30 countries and could hardly remember the place I have been 6 months ago (we spent almost three weeks on Bali). I spoke with a few friend of ours - they are all alike. Is it really worth going anywhere?

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I am just looking forward for our summer vacation. Looking forward to it, but it would be nice also if we can save while we're on travel. Thanks for the links.