Best Money Tips: How to Quit Your Day Job

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips roundup! Today, we share the steps to take when you want to quit your job, a recipe for homemade Bisquick mix, and a cheap way to deep-clean your eyeglasses.

Top 5 Articles

How to Quit Your Day Job — Once you've decided that quitting your job is the road to take, be sure to set an actual date — a deadline to work towards. Illuminated Mind

Homemade Bisquick Mix Recipe and 15-Minute Biscuits! — Frugal Bisquick fans have to try this recipe. All you need is flour, baking powder, salt, and butter. Unsophisticook via Deal Seeking Mom

Clean Eyeglasses with Toothpaste — Just squeeze a bit of regular white toothpaste onto a soft cloth and rub! (Then rinse and wipe dry.) DIY Life

Darn It! How to repair a hole in your sock —Slip a small ball into the sock to stabilize the fabric around the hole as you darn. Funny About Money

Homemade Laundry Detergent: A Greener Way to Clean Your Clothes — If you're tired of store-bought detergent, use this all-natural, homemade alternative to clean your laundry. Nature Moms

Other Essential Reading

DIY Rustic Wedding Cake Stands — Glue wooden rounds on a vase or overturned glasses to make beautiful, rustic cake stands. This method is easily adaptable for whatever look you want! COLOURlovers

7 Tax Law Changes for 2010 that You Might Not Know — Unfortunately, the first $2,400 in unemployment income you get from your employer is no longer excluded from income taxes. PT Money

Relocating: Why Renting is a Great Investment — Renting short term (say, 6 to 12 months) can be a great way to try out a new city or neighborhood before you buy. Cash Money Life via Currency

How to Build Credit History: 9 Ways to Improve & Build Good Credit Fast — One way to do it is to rent some furniture; it'll go on your credit report as monthly installments. My Two Dollars

Healthy Eating…On the Road — Avoid sugary treats at all costs! Instead, snack on protein-filled sunflower seeds. $5 Dinners

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Thanks for sharing my homemade Bisquick recipe, Amy!