Best Money Tips: 20+ Small Ways to Pay It Forward


Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found helpful articles on small ways to pay it forward, things to throw away right now, and DIY reusable beeswax wraps that keep your food fresh and safe.

Top 5 Articles

25 Small Ways to Pay It Forward – Kindness Matters! — Keep extra umbrellas in your car and give them away when you see someone caught in a storm without one. [More With Less Today]

31 Things to Throw Away Right Now — Why hang on to shoes that don't fit? Trash the pairs that are old and worn out, and donate the ones that are in better condition. [The Order Expert]

DIY Re-Usable Beeswax Wraps: For Packed Lunch, Leftovers & Preserving Produce. — A blend of anti-microbial and anti-viral essential oils and beeswax help the wraps keep your produce, leftovers, and packed lunches fresh and safe. [Vanessa Alvarado]

How to Clean Your House in 1 Hour (or Less!) — Set a timer and give yourself 10 minutes to clean each room. [PopSugar Smart Living]

9 Ways to Get Out of Debt Faster – If you’re only making the minimum payment on your credit card or other debt, see if you can recalibrate your budget so that you pay more each month. [Parenting Squad]

Other Essential Reading

How to Get Organized and Stay Focused in a Modern World — Avoid watching or reading things that just make you angry. Anger consumes and depletes you, and it's a huge waste of your time and attention. [Mark's Daily Apple]

18 Must-See Backpacking Destinations for Less Than $35 a Day — Have you ever wanted to backpack at the Earth's equator? Backpacking at Quito, Ecuador costs just over $22, and you get to enjoy the parks, artwork, old buildings, and a free walking tour of Old Town. [Cheapism]

7 Clever Ways to Use Your Grill — Before you begin grilling, wipe down the grates with infused olive oil. The oil helps flavor the meat and prevents sticking. [A Few Short Cuts]

How To Make Your Own Chili Oil — Learn how to make an 8-ounce bottle of chili oil for under $1! [Northern Cheapskate]

The First Steps to No Longer Living Paycheck to Paycheck — When you're living paycheck to paycheck, you can't afford to spend money on unnecessary things. [SheBudgets]

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