Best Money Tips: Easy, Frugal Ways to Be Kind to Yourself


Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on easy ways to be kind to yourself, the best time to order roses for Valentine’s Day, and ways to make money during the Super Bowl.

Top 5 Articles

7 Easy and Frugal Ways to Be Kind to Yourself — Get involved with something you're passionate about and reconnect with the things that make you happy. [Bargain Babe]

The forces that drive the price of a bouquet of roses (and the best time to order one for Valentine's Day) — What goes into the cost of a bouquet of roses? It's a lot more complex than Valentine's Day price gouging. [The Monitor]

Making Money During the Super Bowl — No one likes to deal with the mess that results from a Super Bowl party, which means you can make good money offering party cleanup services. [Side Hustle HQ]

When to Stash or Trash Important Papers – It’s recommended that you should keep tax-related documents for at least 7 years. [PopSugar Smart Living]

6 Ways Keep Food in the House When You Have Hungry Teens — When you're making dinner, cook enough for leftovers so that your teen has an easy snack that only needs to be reheated. [Parenting Squad]

Other Essential Reading

6 Tips to Help You Deep Clean Your Computer Keyboard — If your keyboard is looking a little rough, use these tips to keep it clean, sanitized, and functional. [A Few Shortcuts]

Don’t Let These Common Budget Fails Affect Yours — Things like vehicle repairs, vet bills, and changes in utility expenses can quickly ruin a budget if you're not careful. [Northern Cheapskate]

How (and Why) to Write a Career Plan — An effective career plan will outline exactly how you will achieve your professional goals. [The Simple Dollar]

5 Ways To Save Money On Food While Staying At A Hotel — Treat yourself to the best that your destination city has to offer by hitting the local markets or delis and buying local foods. [Yes, I Am Cheap]

7 Ways to Make the Transition from Maternity Leave Back to Work Easier — In the weeks before you head back to work, create a schedule for yourself and your baby that corresponds with what your routine will be like when you're away from home. [Daily Worth]

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