Best Money Tips: Free Things You Can Do This Summer

By Ashley Jacobs on 30 May 2014 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on free things you can do this summer, saving money at home, and managing your fear of money.

Top 5 Articles

31 Fun and Free Things You Can Do This Summer — This summer, go on a long hike or borrow a friend's paddleboard and try it out! [Three Thrifty Guys]

12 Ways to Save Money at Home — Using what you already have and cleaning with baking soda can help you save money at home. [US News & World Report]

A Guide to Managing Your Fear of Money — When it comes to managing your fear of money, identify your patterns and face your fear. [Get Rich Slowly]

20 DIY Summer BBQ Ideas — Having a refreshment station and condiment central are just a couple fun DIY ideas for your next BBQ. [Christian PF]

Savvy Ways to Slash the Cost of Your Wedding Venue — To slash the cost of your wedding venue, consider getting married in rural areas. [MintLife Blog]

Other Essential Reading

The Post-College Outlook: A New Money Worry for 20-Somethings? — Young people may now have to worry about not making as much money as they previously expected after graduation. [Five Cent Nickel]

Do I Need Life Insurance Once My Kids Are Grown? — If your kids are grown, consider whether or not estate taxes are an issue when deciding if you still need life insurance. [Free Money Finance]

15 Things Incredibly Happy People Do — Incredible people go offline and plan getaways. [PopSugar Smart Living]

5 Wedding Traditions and How They Came to Be — Have you ever heard of the wedding tradition of the freezer cake? [How's Married Life?]

The Importance of Sleep and How to Get More — To get your child to sleep, establish a routine and start when they are young. [Parenting Squad]

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