Best Money Tips: Must-Have Tools for the DIY Life

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on must-have tools for households that like to DIY, food items you should stop buying and make instead, and beginner tips for raising backyard chickens.

Top 5 Articles

Must-Have Tools For a DIY-Type Life — In order to tackle all the common DIY projects around the house, you'll need to arm yourself with these handy tools. [Penniless Parenting]

10 Food Items You Should Stop Buying (and Make Instead!) — Many spice blends — like Chinese five-spice, pumpkin pie spice, and Italian seasoning — can be made with basic seasonings you probably already have in your pantry. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Backyard Chickens for Beginners — Raising chickens can help you save money on groceries and even help you make some money if you sell the eggs. Check out these insider tips for raising happy, healthy chickens! [The Frugal Girls]

A List of Foods that Freeze Well — Keep an eye out for sales on these food items. Stock up while they're cheap and freeze them for future use! [Premeditated Leftovers]

9 Ideas For Organizing a Chest Freezer — So how do you organize all the food you're going to freeze? These cheap and easy organizing tools will help you maximize the space in your chest freeze. [A Cultivated Nest]

Other Essential Reading

5 Lessons On How To Be Successful In College — College is expensive, so take these steps to ensure you get the most out of the experience. [The College Investor]

Top Things To Stock Up On In May — Get ready to stock up on spring clearance items next month. Need a new raincoat or jacket? You'll see them on deep discounts as stores make room for swimsuits. [Frugally Blonde]

4 Simple Ways To Save Money On Fuel — Instead of driving out for multiple short trips, combine your errands in one longer trip to save on time, money, and gas. [Making Sense of Cents]

How to Care for Wood Cutting Boards — It only takes a few minutes a month to keep your wood cutting boards in tip top condition. [My Frugal Home]

3 Important Things You Need To Buy A House — There are only three basic things you need when you start your homebuying journey: a down payment, good advice, and good credit. [Disease Called Debt]

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