Best Money Tips: Life-Changing Ways to Repurpose Household Items

By Amy Lu on 29 January 2015 0 comments
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Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on life-changing ways to repurpose household items, the characteristics of those who are serious about their debt, and tips to keep you ahead of the game at work.

Top 5 Articles

10 Life-Changing Ways to Repurpose Household Items — Before you toss out your worn, warped cookie sheets and baking pans, try hanging them up as magnet boards! [Smarty Cents]

Debt Doesn't Have to Be Forever — 6 Characteristics of Those Serious About Paying Off Debt — If you're serious about paying off debt, be open to asking for help — from a budget coach, for example. [PT Money]

8 Tips to Keep You One Step Ahead of Your Work — Get a head start on your work by planning out your day before you even leave the house. [Time Management Ninja]

Forget About Snowpocalypse: 7 Warm Places You Have to Visit in 2015 — Take a drive down the highway the runs through the Florida Keys — or make a stop for swimming, sailing, and scuba diving! [CouponPal]

Top 5 Money-Saving Skills to Acquire in 2015 — Learn how to sew and care for your clothing. You'll save a small fortune in dry cleaning and alteration bills! [SmartAsset]

Other Essential Reading

How to Run a Successful Crowdfunding Campaign — When you're seeking funds via crowdfunding, you have to reach people on an emotional level; it can't be just about business. [Bible Money Matters]

Want to Truly Love Your New City? Start With These 14 Things! — Keep an eye out for hole-in-the-wall treasures. Make a point to try out a tiny restaurant or step into a cozy antique store. [PopSugar Smart Living]

How to Stay Healthy When Working From Home — Don't bring unhealthy snacks into the house. Stick with fruits and veggies for those between-meal munchies. [Grad Money Matters]

Five Reasons Why the Dow Will Probably Blow Past the 20,000 Mark in 2015 — Lower gas prices means consumers will have more money to spend on other products and services. [Cash Money Life]

Does My Child Need a Vitamin Supplement? — The American Academy of Pediatrics says most kids can get the recommended amount of vitamins and minerals from diet alone. [Parenting Squad]

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