Best Money Tips: 40+ Life Skills Everyone Should Learn

By Amy Lu on 13 January 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found the life skills that everyone should learn, ways to save more money this year, and tips to help you save hundreds on your next trip.

Top 5 Articles

48 Life Skills Everyone Should Learn — Having basic sewing skills can help you extend the life of your clothes and allow you to take on other creative projects! [Living Well Spending Less]

Seven ways to start saving more money this year — Choose one thing to pay off in 2016. Just keep chipping away at it and don't get discouraged. [The Monitor]

39 Tips That'll Save You Hundreds on Your Next Trip — You'll get more bang for your buck by visiting up-and-coming cities rather than the more popular big cities like New York, San Francisco, Rome, and London. [PopSugar Smart Living]

How to Keep a Clutter Free Home — Set a timer when you're de-cluttering to keep yourself from overthinking and second-guessing your initial response. [Saving Dollars & Sense]

3 Ways To Ensure A Fast Tax Refund — Before filing your tax return, check for common mistakes like incorrect SSNs, math errors, and items entered on the wrong lines. [Bible Money Matters]

Other Essential Reading

10 Item Checklist to Prepare Your Home for Overnight Guests — Stock up the bathroom with extra toilet paper, sanitary items, a plunger, and a basket or cup for your guest's toothbrush. [More With Less Today]

How To Unclog Your Drains and Clean Your Disposal Naturally! — Make these easy, all-natural solutions to unclog your drains and clean your garage disposal. [Consumer Queen]

Financial Habits Everyone Needs — Know the difference between needs and wants, and budget accordingly. [Saving Money Today]

8 Things You May Be Wasting Money On — Fast food is convenient, but the cost can easily add up. Spend those dollars at the grocery store and make your meals and snacks at home. [Dinks Finance]

7 Ways to Help Your Kids Achieve Their Own Resolutions — We all need a little help with new behaviors and goals. Follow these tips to support your kids and they work towards their resolutions! [Parenting Squad]

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