Best Money Tips: Saving on Designer Wear
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on saving on designer wear, cleaning without cleaning, and re-evaluating financial priorities.
Top 5 Articles
Saving on Designer Wear — Making use of coupons and focusing on style instead of brand can help you save on designer wear. [Club Thrifty]
11 Ways to Clean Without Cleaning — Reducing your stuff and taking off your shoes can help you clean without actually cleaning. [PopSugar Smart Living]
Re-Evaluating Your Financial Priorities — When setting your financial priorities, focus on what matters most to you [Man Vs. Debt]
Steps Before You Buy a Home — Before you buy a home, check your credit score and set a budget for yourself. [Making Sense of Cents]
How to Encourage Your Spouse to Start (and Keep) a Budget — To encourage your spouse to start and keep a budget, make sure fun is in the budget. [Couple Money]
Other Essential Reading
How to Keep Impulse Buys in Check — To keep impulse buys in check, practice skepticism and beware of your surroundings. [Planting MoneySeeds]
Build a Better Burger — If you want to build a better burger, try mixing ground beef with other ground meats like pork or sausage. [TheDollarStretcher.com]
Make Extra Money House Sitting! — When making extra money house sitting, make sure the homeowner leaves you with emergency contact information. [Teens Got Cents]
12 Ways to Use Extra Pillowcases — Did you know you can use pillowcases to clean your kids stuffed toys? [The Happy Housewife]
8 Great 80's Movies to Watch With Your Kids — Ghostbusters and The Princess Bride are just a couple awesome movies from the 80's you should watch with your kids. [Parenting Squad]
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