Best Money Tips: 30+ Ways to Save Money Fast

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on ways to save money fast, foods you can cook on a stick, and how to tell if someone is lying.

Top 5 Articles

34 Ways to Save Money Fast — Every time you splurge (an extra special latte?) put the same amount of money into your savings. [Smarty Cents]

6 Foods You Can Cook on a Stick — Besides hot dogs and marshmallows, you can cook bread and eggs on a stick, too! [The Art of Manliness]

9 Surefire Signs Someone Isn't Telling the Truth — If they keep avoiding eye contact or they make quick head movements, it could be that they're actually lying. [PopSugar Smart Living]

9 Tricks To Slash Spending on Clothes — The clothing offered at local boutiques may feature higher mark-ups than department stores, but they're able to offer deeper discounts when it's time for a sale! [Clark Howard]

20+ Triggers to Hack Your Life & Money — You can use physical items to remind to you do or think something specific. For example, you can keep a graph of your monthly income, expense, and net worth on your closet door so that you stay focused on your goals. [Budgets Are Sexy]

Other Essential Reading

17 Mother's Day Gifts That Won't Cost You a Penny — Offer to wash her car or do her laundry, give her a homemade scrub, or even make her some IOU coupons. [The Huffington Post]

How to Find Affordable Health Insurance When You're Self-Employed — If you missed the open enrollment deadline, you can still get short-term health insurance, or you may apply for a subsidiary. [Careful Cents]

4 Strategies To Boost Your Career Early On So You Get Promoted — Always go the extra mile at work. That means exceeding expectations and taking on extra responsibility when the opportunity arises. [Money Under 30]

5 Reasons Why Your Blog Won’t Make You Money (And What You Can Do About It) — Your readers aren't coming back? Give them a reason to do so, like freebies or a how-to course for subscribers. [Pinching Pennies]

Sibling Rivalry? You Are Not Alone — While you may want to mediate an argument between your kids, it's important to give your children the tools to resolve it on their own. [Parenting Squad]

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