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Best Money Tips: How to Make Money From Spring Cleaning

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on simple steps to make cash from spring cleaning, essential tips for first-time travelers, and a step-by-step guide to starting an eBay business. Top 5 Articles 6 Simple Steps to Cashing in on Spring Cleaning — Be... […]

9 of the Craziest, Coolest Airbnb Listings

If you're looking for unique accommodations, Airbnb has a wide variety of places that are sure to be more interesting than a cookie-cutter hotel room. Check out these crazy accommodations to get a taste of the kind of quirky properties available through Airbnb. 1. The Seashell House, Isla Mujeres,... […]

How Are People Retiring in Their 30s?!

When you think about retirement, it's generally a time later in life after you've put many working years into a career. But today, some people are retiring in their 40s, 30s, and even in their 20s! What is the secret to retiring so early? I reached out to several bloggers who either retired or... […]

Best Deals for Monday 03/27

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5 Surprising Budget Habits of Wealthy Financial Gurus

"He who will not economize will have to agonize," warned Chinese philosopher Confucius as early as the 5th Century B.C. His advice has survived the test of time and has become the mantra of many individuals in their quest for financial success. However, you would think that once somebody... […]

These 6 Things Will Make Your Next Flight More Comfortable

Traveling by plane can be uncomfortable, with long waits in the airport followed by hours packed into ever-smaller airplane seats. Rushed and frustrated, you often end up paying way more than you should for small conveniences. After years of traveling and countless hours in transit, I've put... […]

5 Reasons Stealth Wealth Is the Best Wealth

Some people who have a lot of money like to show it off. They buy large houses, expensive cars, and all the toys you can imagine. But others keep their affluence on the down low. They don't look any different from anyone else, but they have some serious cash stashed away. These folks have what is... […]

Flashback Friday: 53 Grocery Shopping Tricks That'll Make Your Life Easier

You head to the grocery store, armed with a list and a plan to be as efficient as possible, and then somehow you become an aimless browser. You fall victim to impulse buys and overpriced salads from the deli. And when you get home, you spent more time and money than you should have, and you forgot... […]

10 Ways to Get Over Jet Lag and Enjoy Your Trip

You imagined yourself cruising through Venice in a gondola or snapping photos of wallabies in the Australian outback. Instead, you're wandering around in a haze, falling asleep at dinner, and popping painkillers for headaches. It's that jerky trip-ruiner, jet lag. It doesn't have to be this way.... […]

8 Self-Destructive Habits That Keep You in Debt

America's consumer economy is built on overspending, and our consumer culture encourages the liberal use of credit to pay for everything from cheeseburgers to cars. Pulling ourselves out of the "debt is just part of life" mentality takes a nearly herculean effort. If you're having a hard... […]