Best Money Tips: Ways to Trick Yourself Into Saving Money

By Ashley Jacobs on 16 September 2014 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some amazing articles on ways to trick yourself into saving money, watching college football without cable, and cities with the most job opportunities.

Top 5 Articles

6 Ways to Trick Yourself Into Saving Money — Using automatic deposits and saving your raises are two easy ways to trick yourself into more savings. [MoneyNing]

6 Ways to Watch College Football Without Cable — WatchESPN.com is just one easy way you can watch college football without paying for cable. [Living on the Cheap]

10 Cities Around the World With the Most Job Opportunities — Sydney and Hong Kong are one of the top ten cities in the world with job opportunities. [Lifehack]

Short Term View Can Have a Domino Effect on Your Personal Finances — When it comes to your finances, make sure to consider how your decisions will affect you in the long run. [Simple Financial Lifestyle]

You Are 33% More Likely to Achieve Your Savings Goal If You Do This… — Did you know you are more likely to achieve your savings goals if you write them on paper? [Frugal Confessions]

Other Essential Reading

Get a Raise in Any Economy — To get a raise in any economy, show and tell why you deserve a raise. [TheDollarStretcher.com]

4 Ways to Protect Yourself From Emotional Manipulation — Protect yourself from emotional manipulation by staying calm and breathing. [Marc and Angel Hack Life]

DIY Bleach Gel That Will Make Your Life Awesome — Did you know you can make your own bleach gel with just three ingredients? [PopSugar Smart Living]

The Real Reason You Feel Overwhelmed — Chances are you feel overwhelmed because you don't realize that you are spending your time in other areas that you might not need to be spending your time in. [Time Management Ninja]

5 Awesome Things We Can Learn From Children — Children can teach us to stay curious and not judge. [Dumb Little Man]

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