Best Money Tips: Daily Habits of Frugal People


Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on the daily habits of frugal people, how to get the most mileage out of your tires, and stylish ways to organize and display your travel mementos.

Top 5 Articles

10 More Daily Habits of Frugal People — Most communities have a ton of free or low-cost resources for food, entertainment, education, and so much more. Frugal people make use of these community resources frequently. [The Simple Dollar]

3 Steps to Get the Most Mileage Out of Your Tires — Rotate your tires every 8,000-10,000 miles; they'll wear down much faster if you don't. [MoneyNing]

17 Ideas to Organize and Display Travel Mementos With Style — Make a collage of your paper mementos — things like tickets, brochures, wrappers, currency — and hang it up in a nice frame. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Say Goodbye to the Salon With These Do-It-Yourself Beauty Tips — If you don't have time to fix your hair and makeup, use accessories to dress up your outfit. [The Monitor]

7 Thrift Store Items You Can FLIP for a Profit — Love thrift shopping and making money? If you find any of these commonplace items at your local Goodwill, you'll get to enjoy both. [Frugal Debt Free Life]

Other Essential Reading

8 Secrets Your Life Insurance Agent Might Be Keeping From You — When an agent evaluates how much life insurance you need, he'll very likely start with numbers way beyond what you actually need. He knows you won't buy that much, but it's an excellent starting point for him.[Good Financial Cents]

Top 10 Movies That Taught Us to Be Thrifty — The French film Amélie is a cute and funny movie that shows how happiness can be found by living simply. [Don't Pay Full]

Tips for Moving With Your Pets — On moving day, put your pets in a quiet room with the door closed. Do this before any moving activities begin to keep your animals from stressing out or dashing out the door. [The Allstate Blog]

5 Times When Your Credit Matters the Most — A car dealership may ask for your driver's license and social security number before you test drive a car. A soft check on your credit allows them to pre-screen potential car buyers. [Money Q&A]

Working Dads: How to Stay Fit — Make exercise a family activity. You get to work out and spend quality time with your loved ones! [Parenting Squad]

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