Best Money Tips: Tried-and-Tested Tips For a Frugal Life

By Ashley Jacobs on 29 May 2014 2 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some wonderful articles on tried-and-tested tips for a frugal life, what to do to shine at work, and tricks for spotting the best deals.

Top 5 Articles

66 Tried-and-Tested Tips for a Frugal Life — To live a frugal life, don't rent a modem and look for cheaper means of transportation. [PopSugar Smart Living]

If You Want To Shine at Work, Do These 5 Things — Handling bad situations like a leader can enable you to shine at work. [Lifehack]

Tricks for Spotting the Best Deals — Avoiding add-ons at a restaurant can save you money. [CNN Money]

5 Money Mistakes Even Diligent Savers Make — Try to avoid making the money mistakes of putting all your savings in one account and saving as much cash as you possibly can. [Forbes]

5 Tips for Reducing Financial Stress — Reduce your financial stress by getting help and taking action. [Smart On Money]

Other Essential Reading

Three Steps to Saving Big Time at Bed, Bath, and Beyond — Signing up for offers on Bed, Bath, and Beyond's website can help you save big time. [Clever Dude Personal Finance and Money]

6 Ways to Deal with Burnout — To deal with burnout, identify your purpose and take small steps. [Dumb Little Man]

How to Enjoy Summer Without Breaking the Bank — Looking for free activities can help you enjoy summer without breaking the bank. [Sustainable Personal Finance]

10 Things You Need to Say Before It's Too Late — Say "thank you" and "I'm sorry" before you don't have the chance to. [Marc and Angel Hack Life]

7 Tips for Teaching Kids Proper Phone Etiquette — Reinforcing safety and politeness is important when teaching kids proper phone etiquette. [Parenting Squad]

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Karen

I'm taking advantage of all the free shipping that Amazon Prime has to offer. I can use my rewards points "early" on my Discover card too. Meaning I don't have to wait for it to reach a certain increment.

As for the add-ons at a restaurant. . .so true. Waitresses hate me. ; )

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Kerrie Peacock

A bunch of great posts, thanks for sharing!