Best Money Tips: Creative DIY Blogs That Help You Save Money

By Amy Lu on 31 March 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on fabulously creative and frugal DIY blogs, the habits of highly motivated people, and the worst airports for penny pinchers.

Top 5 Articles

21 Fabulous DIY Blogs to Spark Your Creativity and Help You Save Money — These blogs cover topics like lifestyle, food, and finance, and are sure to instruct and inspire. [The Penny Hoarder]

7 Habits of Highly Motivated People — Figure out what your values are, then find ways to connect your daily work back to those values. [Sources of Insight]

The three worst airports for penny pinchers — Cincinnati has the highest per-mile landing fees in the country. [The Monitor]

How to Contact a Busy Person — If you need information from someone, first research what you can, then ask specific questions. [The Art of Manliness]

5 Reasons Why New Chip Credit Cards Won’t Reduce Fraud — Regardless of the card type, all credit card numbers are still stored digitally. If a hacker is able to access a database of credit card numbers, those customers are still vulnerable. [Consumerism Commentary]

Other Essential Reading

6 Steps to a Flawless Twitter Party — First, you need to choose and register a good hashtag. Then, brainstorm how you want the conversation to flow. [Shoplet]

11 Beautiful, Free Organizers — Put a power strip in the top drawer of your nightstand to keep your electronics (and their cables) hidden away while they charge. [Retired by 40]

11 Items That Are Worth the Big Expense — A sharp, quality interview suit will help you feel confident, which in turn helps you make the best impression. [PopSugar Smart Living]

The secrets to saving $1 million in your 401(k) — Go for equities, especially if you still have a good number of years until retirement. Although stocks are volatile, they have the most potential for growth. [Bargaineering]

The Dirty Habit that Can Improve Your Child's Health! — Playing in the mud — and being exposed to bacteria and germs — actually improves the immune system's ability to keep you healthy. [Parenting Squad]

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