Best Money Tips: Hot and Humid
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips roundup!
Frugal Dad offers some thoughts on being truly content with life, which doesn't always mean seeing every single dream become a reality.
Get Rich Slowly has a fabulous article on people who shop garage sales to find rare items that can be sold on eBay for real, awesome money. Do not miss this read.
Lazy Man and Money has a practical post up called 20 tips for saving money on groceries
Squawkfox knows a thing or two about caring for a lawn without breaking the bank - check out 10 ways to care for your yard that are actually easier than what you are doing right now.
Traveling abroad just got more expensive, not just because of the dollar's weakness, but because banks are adding more fees to every international transaction you make with your credit or debit card. Free Money Finance lists some of the best ways to access your cash abroad, so as to save yourself some serious dough if you can afford more than a staycation.
Ah, love. Is there anything else that money is so good at ruining? Five Cent Nickel discusses the pros and cons of joint expenses.
If you can afford a ticket to anywhere, you're probably not going to be able to afford a hotel, so better learn how to be a good backpacker from 20 Something Finance.
Dumb Little Man has some seriously good advice for becoming a better all-around worker, no matter what your job or lot in life.
Punny Money puts a smile on my face by arguing for some terrible driving habits you should indulge in before gas goes about $4 a gallon again. This is an old blog post, but too funny to ignore.
The Digerati Life shares 10 attributes of millionaires. The secret? It's all about your attitude.
Until next week, stay cool and keep the A/C costs down with these 6 simple DIY freezer treats from Linsey.