Best Money Tips: How to Dine Out for Less

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on ways to dine out for less, revamping your home office to improve productivity, and how to make vacation magic last.

Top 5 Articles

10 Ways to Eat Out for Less — Go somewhere else for dessert. It'll likely be cheaper and you won't have to tip for that part of the meal. [My Dollar Plan]

Revamp Your Home Office to Improve Productivity — Organize your home office so it actually functions as an office: large monitor, bookshelves, and a file cabinet for your paperwork. [Genuine Curiosity]

10 Ways You Can Make The Vacation Magic Last — Were there any activities or routines that you especially liked from your vacation, like daily siestas or teatime? Continue the habit when you come home. [Pick The Brain]

Here's How to Decode Your Favorite Article of Clothing — Learn what the symbols on the care tag mean. Proper cleaning means your clothes will last longer! [PopSugar Smart Living]

Herbs You Need to Try for Healing, Taste, Nutrition, and Much More — Arnica, turmeric, cayenne, and cramp bark are great for pain relief. [Thrift Core]

Other Essential Reading

10 Trending Freelance Jobs with Great Pay and Flexible Hours — Medical transcriptionists earn around $16/hr on average. Generally, all you need is a computer and the ability to type quickly (and maybe some training). [SheBudgets]

How to Protect Yourself When Traveling — Contact your health insurance provider to find out exactly how your claim will be handled if you need to see a doctor during a trip. [The Frugal Toad]

Windfall: What to Do with a Large Amount of Unexpected Money — A good idea would be to pay off any high-interest loans and credit cards and work your way down to other debts. Just make sure to set aside an emergency fund, just in case. [Thousandaire]

Bad Resume Advice To Avoid — It's important to use keywords, but don't overstuff your resume with them. Try to use them naturally! [Money Under 30]

It’s Wedding Season. Are Your Kids Prepared? — Bring some quiet activities, like crayons and books, to help your kids get through the ceremony and reception toasts. [Parenting Squad]

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