Best Money Tips: Fun Activities That Are Breaking Your Budget

By Amy Lu on 8 September 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on fun activities that are breaking your budget, fun activities that can make you money, and unusual uses for WD-40.

Top 5 Articles

Four fun activities that are breaking your budget — If you're paying full price on tickets for concerts and sports games, then you aren't doing your homework! You can find deep discounts and coupons at ScoreBig and BradsDeals. [The Monitor]

11 Fun Things to Do That Actually Earn Money — Like being on camera? Start a video podcast or blog on YouTube and enable ads. [The Simple Dollar]

20 Unusual but Handy Uses for WD-40, Indoors and Out — The mighty WD-40 can clean grass stains, paint and dog poop off shoes. [Money Talks News]

12 Golden Rules of Decluttering — Sell, donate, or trash any duplicates of things that you don't actually use. [PopSugar Smart Living]

6 Hacks To Help You Save Money at the Airport — Check your credit card benefits for travel perks like discounts on airport/in-flight purchases and free checked bags. [Phroogal Blog]

Other Essential Reading

4 Things Experts Do to Learn Faster Than You — To really succeed, you need to have well-defined goals. The more specific it is, the more focused you'll be when you practice. [Dumb Little Man]

37 ways to keep Fido happy, healthy on a budget — Be careful about overfeeding your pet! Don't feed them from the table and ask your vet how much they should be eating. [Get Rich Slowly]

Ten Bad Money Habits — Are you surrounded by friends, family, and TV ads that want you to buy, buy, buy? Don't fall under their influence; spend more time with financially responsible friends instead. [Listen Money Matters]

6 Signs It’s Time to Quit a Client — If you find yourself working a lot more or a lot less that what was agreed on, then it's time to reassess your relationship with the client. [Ridiculously Efficient]

What to Do With Your Child's Birthday Money — Use this opportunity to teach your kids about managing money by giving them the option to spend, save, or donate their birthday cash. [Parenting Squad]

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