Best Money Tips: 80 Small and Big Ways to Save Money

By Amy Lu on 2 February 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found big and small ways to save money, ways to spend less on this year's Super Bowl party, and how to date on budget.

Top 5 Articles

80 Small and Big Ways to Save Money This Year — Book your trips early for savings on travel and accommodations. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Super Bowl 50: Nine ways to save on this year's party — Make it a potluck! Ask your guests to bring a dish or two to offset some of the food costs. [The Monitor]

Dating on a Budget — Join Experian's #CreditChat on Wednesday, February 3 at 3 pm ET for a discussion on ways to build a romantic relationship while saving money. [Experian]

Expensive Habits You Should Drop — The first estimate isn't always the best one. Shop around, get a few estimates, and hire the best person for the amount you're willing to spend. [The Savvy Scot]

4 Simple Steps to Take Your Career to the Next Level — Start by figuring out what you want your career to look like. Be specific about what you want to accomplish and be realistic about the timeline. [ReadyForZero]

Other Essential Reading

9 Ways to Use Cardboard Tubes — Wrapping paper tubes can be used to organize cables and cords. [Pat Veretto's Frugal Living Blog]

7 Foods Habits You Don’t Know Are Increasing Anxiety — Diets with a lot of fried and highly processed foods have been found to increase depression and anxiety. [Lifehack]

10 Bad Habits of Unhappy People — Unhappy people try to please other people too much and often forget to please themselves. [Life Optimizer]

21 Ways to Stop Rushing through Your Day — Group similar tasks together and process them at the same time. [Time Management Ninja]

7 Signs You're Overdue For a Mom's Night Out — If grocery shopping alone feels like a vacation, then you're long overdue for some adult time. [Parenting Squad]

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Adopting good financial habits and following them with dedication and commitment will help you not only meet your end financial goals, but also reward you till the end of your life. This article shares interesting links which are very useful in saving money. Thank you sharing this article!