Best Money Tips: How to Save Your First $500

By Amy Lu on 14 July 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on how to save $500, the best time to buy a TV, and blogging tips for beginners.

Top 5 Articles

How To Save Your First $500 — Look for places where you can cut $10 a month, like subscriptions to streaming services and apps. [Money Under 30]

When is the best time to buy a TV? — If you're shopping for a new TV, wait until November to make the purchase. You'll find the best TV deals in the days leading up to Black Friday. [The Monitor]

5 Steps to Blogging Success: How to Start Blogging as a Beginner — Don't think of other writers as competition. View them as your colleagues, and start building a solid network of writers and bloggers whom you can help and will support you in return. [Careful Cents]

Invest Your Time in These 13 Things While You're in Your 20s — If you still have any bad friends (you know the ones), it's time to drop them. Focus on building meaningful relationships with friends who will stick around and be a positive force in your life. [PopSugar Smart Living]

My plan to enjoy summer without overspending — Don't leave the house on an empty stomach! Make sure everyone has eaten, and bring snacks and water in case someone gets hungry or thirsty while you're out. [Bargaineering]

Other Essential Reading

How to Avoid Two New (and Vexing) Travel Fees — When booking airline tickets, keep an eye out for advance seating fees. [Kiplinger]

4 Cheap Weekend Projects To Sell Your House — Your kitchen cabinets may only need a fresh coat of paint and new hardware to look brand new. [ReadyForZero]

4 Rules To Follow To Tackle Student Loans — If you have both private and federal loans, work on paying off the private loans first. Private loans tend to have a higher interest rate. [MoneyNing]

Ethical Investing — If you want your investment to make a difference in someone's life, consider making micro-loans through an organization like Kiva. [Listen Money Matters]

The Easiest Way to Keep Kids’ Brains Active this Summer — Activity books allow kids to learn without realizing they're learning! [Parenting Squad]

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