Best Money Tips: 85 Things You Should Buy at the Dollar Store

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on items you should buy at the dollar store, great jobs for retirees, and how going to college abroad can help you save money.

Top 5 Articles

85 Items You Should DEFINITELY Buy at the Dollar Store — The dollar store is the place to go for all sorts of office supplies, from cute erasers to pens and markers to trays for your odds and ends. [PopSugar Smart Living]

50 Great Jobs for Retirees — Modeling isn't just for teenagers. You can find vigorous-looking older models on magazines, websites, and TV ads all the time. This can be a great gig for retirees who would like a little extra money. [Cheapism]

You Can Actually Save Money By Going to College Abroad — Thanks to rising tuition costs in the U.S., it's actually cheaper in some cases to go to college overseas. [Lifehacker]

Home-brewing 101: How to Make Great Beer at Home From a Kit — A brewing kit has everything a beginner home-brewer needs, and this guide will help you through the process. [The Art of Manliness]

4 Things You Must Keep to Declutter Your Life — Hang on to the interests and hobbies that make you happy. They'll help expand your mind, develop your creativity, and give you an outlet for stress relief. [Change Your Thoughts]

Other Essential Reading

Kitchen Ingredients You Need in Your Home — Keep a good variety of your favorite spices. They'll make any meal stand out even if other ingredients are scarce. [Sweet Home Times]

New Fundraising Ideas for Parents, Teams, and Schools You May Not Have Heard About — These days, you have many options for fundraising beyond the usual bake sale and car wash. [More With Less Today]

Five Ways to Make Your Financial Life Easier — Most service providers now give you the option to receive email statements. The faster delivery makes it easier to plan your budget ahead of time. [Money Spruce]

3 Budget-Friendly Dog Food Recipes for People Who Love to Spoil Their Pups — All the benefits you get from home-cooked meals apply to dog food, too. These recipes give you more control over what your pet eats, and are easy to make and affordable, too. [The Penny Hoarder]

How to Teach Your Kids to Accept Losing — Give your child the time and space to grieve. Save the discussion for later when they are in a calmer frame of mind. [Parenting Squad]

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