Best Money Tips: Obstacles Between You and More Money

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on the obstacles between you and more money, the most affordable travel destinations in the U.S., and foods you can grow from kitchen scraps.

Top 5 Articles

7 Money Blocks Between You And More Moolah — Don't let martyr tendencies hold you back. It's OK to want what you want and go for it — there's no need to settle for less. [Girls Just Wanna Have Funds]

The Most Affordable Travel Destinations in the U.S. — Head west for a budget vacation; the Northeast is less kind to your wallet. [SmartAsset]

Grow Food From Scraps — Learn how to re-grow cabbage with a few leftover leaves! [Meany Goat]

Your Guide to Getting a Job Right Out of College — Ask for informational interviews to learn about specific professions, fields, and companies. [PopSugar Smart Living]

How Bacon Can Help You Get Your Spending Under Control — It's important to pick your financial battles. Allowing yourself to have something you really love can actually help you become a more conscious spender. [Creative Money]

Other Essential Reading

Everyone wants my money! Here’s how to say ‘No’ and still be a charitable and generous person — It's hard to keep track of your donations when you give through the checkout counter while you're shopping. If you want to support a cause, donate to them directly. [Bargaineering]

12 Amazing Smartphone Hacks Every 20-Something Should Know — Need to charge your phone in a jiffy? Switch it to airplane mode. [Life Hacks Magazine]

Cost Effective Meal Planning — Compare your family's favorite meals. If several recipes share the same ingredients, you can buy those in bulk or stock up when they go on sale. [Frugal Village]

10 Tips for a Healthy, Planet-Friendly Back-to-School — Idling your car is a major source of smog. If you need to wait for your kids for more than 30 seconds, park your car and meet them at the door. [Small Footprint Family]

5 Ways to Parent Your Extroverted Child — It's important for kids (and adults!) to get alone time, but it may not be as comfortable for extroverts to be by themselves. Teach your kids how to spend time alone without feeling bored. [Parenting Squad]

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