Best Money Tips: 100 Quick Ways to Make $100

By Amy Lu on 13 July 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on a hundred ways to make a hundred bucks, pantry items to stock up on this summer, and the ultimate guide to backpacks for college students.

Top 5 Articles

100 Ways to Make $100 Fast — Do you have musical instruments that no one plays? Sell them on Craigslist for top dollar, or take them to a music store for quick cash. [Good Financial Cents]

10 Pantry Items to Stock Up On This Summer — Retailers often mark down spices and condiments in July, so stock up when you find a good deal! [Don’t Pay Full]

The ultimate guide to backpacks for college students — You shouldn't be carrying around more than 10%-15% of your body weight. If your books weigh more than that, see what you can skip carrying or opt for a wheeled bag. [The Monitor]

10 Things Extroverts Need to Feel Sane — Extroverts enjoy connecting with other people and crave direct eye contact and touch. [PopSugar Smart Living]

12 At-Home Ab Exercises That Aren't Crunches or Sit-Ups — These simple ab exercises will strengthen your core, no equipment necessary. [Cheapism]

Other Essential Reading

How to Make the Most of Your Home Office — Invest in a quality desk that will meet your needs. Make sure it is large enough and fits well in your work space. [SheBudgets]

From Trash to Treasure: DIY Toys for Toddlers — You can do so much with cardboard! An easy project is to repurpose cereal boxes into toy blocks. [Sustainablog]

How To Live Like The Top One Percent Without Being Rich — Learn how to earn, spend, invest, and work like the top 1%. [Financial Samurai]

7 Quick Tips to Keep Things Tidy — Avoid cluttering your space with scraps of paper and sticky notes. Whether it's physical or digital, keep all reference information contained in the same location. [The Order Expert]

7 Best Ways to Encourage an Anxious Child — Focus on the effort, not the outcome. It's a lot easier for your child to try something new if you emphasize that the process, rather than the result, is the most important thing. [Parenting Squad]

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