Best Money Tips: Ways to Spend More Now to Save More Later

By Amy Lu on 19 February 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on ways to spend now to save more later, effective ways to use your fitness data, and fun activities for energetic families.

Top 5 Articles

Simple Preparation, Big Savings: Fourteen Ways to Spend a Bit of Time and Money Now to Save More Money and Time Later — Place silica packets in junk drawers and toolboxes to keep tools and other gear from rusting. [The Simple Dollar]

5 Ways to Actually Use Your Fitness Data — Fitness data can help you set goals that actually make sense. [Productivity Theory]

9 Activities for Energetic Families — Crank up the music and boogie down in your living room! Everyone can take turns playing DJ. [Parenting Squad]

How to Save Money on Your Summer Road Trip — Don't overload your trunk with things you won't really need for your road trip. Think of your fuel economy! [Frugal Village]

25 Life Lessons Written by a 100-Year-Old Man — Find something comical in every situation! [PopSugar Smart Living]

Other Essential Reading

How Not to Screw it Up, When Things Go Unexpectedly Right — Many people get a windfall and tell everyone about it, or they show it off with a flashy purchase. The better route is to keep it quiet for at least a few months. [Money Q&A]

4 Exercise Alternatives to Joining the Gym — Check your local hospital for Wellness Programs that offer inexpensive exercise classes. [Wealthy Turtle]

5 “Other” Costs First-Time Homebuyers Should Consider — Congratulations, you have a yard! But do you have all the equipment you need to keep it looking great? [Saving Thousands]

5 Best Free Websites To Learn Photography Skills Easily — Digital Photograph School covers shooting tutorials, camera and equipment and post production. Make sure to sign up for their newsletter for bonus tips and tricks! [Lifehack]

3 Places Clutter Is Hiding In Your Home — We tend to shove clutter in lower cabinets and top shelves — out of sight, out of mind, right? [The Organizing Agency]

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