Best Money Tips: Creative Travel Tips You Haven't Thought Of

By Amy Lu on 2 June 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on creative travel tips you probably haven't thought of, how to host a big party on a small budget, and natural solutions to stay bug-free.

Top 5 Articles

12 Creative Travel Tips You Probably Didn’t Think Of — Pack power cords and cables a sunglasses case. [CouponPal]

Big Party, Small Budget: 7 Ways to be an Awesome Host — The cost of drinks for a party can add up quickly, but you can save money by asking your guests to bring a bottle of their favorite drink. [Thousandaire]

Stay Bug-Free This Summer With These 9 Natural Solutions — Make a fly and wasp catcher with a plastic bottle! [PopSugar Smart Living]

4 Surprising Things That Have No Impact on Your Credit Score — Your income measures your capacity to make payments, but it doesn't say anything about your creditworthiness. [Credit Sesame]

Five ways U.S. hostels are stepping up their game — Hostels aren't just for the student backpacker! Many U.S. hostels are family-friendly as well. [The Monitor]

Other Essential Reading

How Using a Fitness Band Can Save You Money — Some employers are offering insurance discounts and other rewards to employees who meet fitness goals. [Kiplinger]

Will Your Home Be A Good Investment? — Depending on your situation, it can make sense to rent out your property...and live in a rental yourself! [Listen Money Matters]

Upskilling Ideas for Entrepreneurial Success — Digital technology is a big part of our lives — and businesses. In order to be successful, entrepreneurs need to constantly learn new and more advanced computer skills. [Aspiring Millionaire]

Does a Bigger Store Always Mean Better Prices? — Sure, large retailers can often offer lower prices, but while a store may have a big physical footprint, the company might actually be relatively small. [MoneyNing]

10 Ways You're Making Your Child Unhealthy — Don't do everything for them. They need to try things on their own (and fail sometimes) to develop independence and resilience. [Parenting Squad]

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