Best Money Tips: Time-Saving Steps in the Kitchen
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on time-saving steps in the kitchen, how to manage family finances when money gets tight, and how to encourage your spouse to save money.
Top 5 Articles
Time-saving steps in the kitchen — Save time in the kitchen by keeping items you use the most in easily accessible places. [Simplifried]
6 Steps for Managing Family Finances When Money Gets Tight — If your family is going through a financial rough patch, take the time to make goals together. [Parenting Squad]
How to Encourage Your Spouse to Save Money — Does your spouse need some encouragement when it comes to saving money? If so, have him or her start small when it comes to savings instead of overwhelming him or her with trying to save $1000 each month.[PT Money]
How to Get More Free Financial Aid — To get more free financial aid, don't forget to look for scholarships. [SmartMoney]
8 Ideas for Spring Break — This spring break instead of dropping a ton of money to go somewhere, take day trips in your city. [Consumerism Commentary]
Other Essential Reading
5 Mistakes to Avoid When Selling Your Home — Are you selling your home? If so, don't make the mistake of letting your emotions get in the way. [Moolanomy]
Job hunting while still employed can hold pitfalls for applicants — If you have a job but are looking for a new one, be sure to keep it to yourself. [NYDailyNews.com via The Consumerist]
Should You Keep Your Receipt? — Don't worry about holding onto receipts from ATM withdrawals. [Sweating the Big Stuff]
5 rules on cultivating power — Want to create power in your life? Then don't worry about what other people think of you. [Fortune]
How to Tweet Your Way to Retirement Goals — Achieve your retirement goals by following government agencies on Twitter. [US News and World Report]
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