Best Money Tips: How to Live in a Big City on a Small Budget

By Amy Lu on 11 October 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on tips for living in a big city on a small budget, over a hundred ways to save money in college, and amazing places to see fall foliage.

Top 5 Articles

Tips on Living in a Big City on a Small Budget — When you're living in a big city, it's easy to get caught up in the night life. Try cutting back on your spending when you go out and mix things up with some free activities in your area. [Current on Currency]

125 Tips to Save Money in College — Plan your class schedule with your adviser to avoid taking classes that you won't need for your degree. [Money Pantry]

Five amazing places to peep fall foliage on a budget — Book a ride on the Potomac Eagle Scenic Railroad to see some beautiful fall foliage. [The Monitor]

Make These 12 Disney Costumes With What's in Your Closet — Channel Snow White with a yellow skirt, blue sweater, red shoes, and a red hair tie. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Money Management Tips for Committed Couples — Money conversations between partners can easily turn into arguments. Join Experian's #CreditChat tomorrow at 3 p.m. ET for a discussion on ways for couples to effectively manage and talk about their money. [Experian]

Other Essential Reading

5 Reasons Millennials Can’t Afford to Not Have a Will — A will is a must-have if you have an animal companion. Unless you've designated a caretaker for your pet in a will, they'll likely end up in a shelter. [Everything Finance]

5 Habits that Can Bring More Gratitude and Joy into Your Life — Let others know that you appreciate them. Say "thank you" often and tell people why you are grateful for them. [Common Cents Mom]

Choosing a career: 2 underused techniques — With the Cloud Technique, you list all careers and positions that you might be interested in. When you have at least 10, narrow it down with the Window Shopping Technique. [I Will Teach You To Be Rich]

75 Ways for Kids and Teens to Make Money — Crafty kids can make wreathes for doors and sell them to friends and neighbors. [Saving Freak]

3 Activity Kits for Your Animal Lover — These on-the-go games and activities will keep your kids occupied and engaged wherever they are! [Parenting Squad]

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