Best Money Tips: Ways to Make Saving Fun

By Ashley Jacobs on 23 August 2011 2 comments
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Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on ways to make saving fun, offbeat ways to make money, and online job search techniques to avoid.

Top 5 Articles

5 Ways to Make Saving Fun — Make saving fun by looking for rewards. [Credit Sesame]

A Few Offbeat Ways to Make Money — Want to make extra money? Consider participating in clinical studies. [Generation X Finance]

5 Online Job Search Techniques to Avoid — When searching for a job online, don't use the apply online option. [Cash Money Life]

Finding the Best Travel Deal Online — Find the best travel deal online by looking at smaller airlines. [Canadian Finance Blog]

How to Save Money at Albertsons — To save money at Albertsons, sign up to receive emails from them. [Quizzle Wire]

Other Essential Reading

How to DIY: Bedroom Makeovers — Makeover your bedroom by focusing on the window coverings. [Currency]

12 Fun Things To Do In Los Angeles With Kids — When visiting Los Angeles with kids, be sure to go to Venice Beach. [Parenting Squad]

10 Ways to Save Money in Business — Save money in business by utilizing free software. [How I Save Money.net]

3 Goals to Accomplish Before Attending College — Before attending college, erase all your non-mortgage debt. [Christian PF]

5 Financial Mistakes to Avoid — Avoid the financial mistake of spending beyond your means. [Saving Money Today]

 

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Bernard

Try this with your kids.

Get 3 piggy banks: 1 for saving, 1 for tithing, 1 for spending.

Instead of giving your kid $1, give him/her 10 dimes. Show him/her how to split his/her money among the three banks. Teach them how to save. They'll be excited to learn something new and watch their money grow.

Happy Saving!

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Thanks for the mention!