Best Money Tips: Smart Ways to Give
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on smart ways to give during a disaster, how to financially survive a disaster, and ways to spread positivity.
Top 5 Articles
Japan's Earthquake: The Smart Way to Give When Disaster Strikes — Are you planning on donating to help the victims of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan? If so, reconsider texting to give as it may take up to 90 days for your donation to get to the designated charity. [SavvySugar]
How to Financially Survive a Disaster — Be financially prepared for a disaster by having a stash of cash at home you can grab as well as making sure your gas tank is full. [Consumerism Commentary]
How to Spread Positivity in Your World Today — Bring positivity into your life and the lives of others by performing random acts of kindness. [The Positivity Blog]
Hate clipping coupons? Try these 2 strategies instead. — Instead of clipping coupons to save, try menu planning instead. [Budgets Are Sexy]
7 Ways to Upgrade Your Brain — Upgrade your brain by seeking out new experiences, for example driving to work using a different route. [Productivity501]
Other Essential Reading
How to Raise Your Credit Score with a Credit Card — The first step in using a credit card to raise your credit score is selecting the right card. [Moolanomy]
How to Do a Family Chore Day — Make your next family chore day a success by assigning tasks ahead of time. [Parenting Squad]
The Best Time To Go Guide For 70 Destinations — Save money by traveling to Australia between October and March or Moscow in May through June. [Go Frugal Blog]
How to Sell Your Home in a Buyer's Market — If you are selling your home, be sure to advertise it online as most buyers go online to search for homes. [Cash Money Life]
5 Minute Makeovers: We Frugalize 11 Dinner Faves — If you are using a recipe that calls for wine, save money by using grape juice instead. [Financial Highway]
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