Best Money Tips: Organize These Areas to Save Money

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on areas to organize if you want to save money, how to speed up a sluggish day, and state fairs with free attractions that the whole family can enjoy.

Top 5 Articles

4 Areas You Must Organize if You Want to Save Money — The first place to organize is your food storage. You're more likely to eat what you have — before it goes bad — if you know where everything is. [Cult of Money]

Here's How to Make Your Sluggish Workday Go (a Lot) Faster — Whip out your headphones and listen to music between tasks. Focus on how the song makes you feel while you're taking this mental break. [PopSugar Smart Living]

18 Standout State Fairs With Free Attractions — The price of admission to these state fairs also include fun freebies and special entertainment options. [Cheapism]

4 Ways to Make the Most of Your Retirement Savings — You can't count on extra money left over after your monthly expenses. Make sure you contribute regularly and add retirement savings to your budget. [Yes, I Am Cheap]

Frugal People Never Make These Mistakes — Frugal people eat leftovers all the time. They never waste anything that can be reused or repurposed. [SheBudgets]

Other Essential Reading

3 Tips to Having a Strong LinkedIn Profile — When you list your work accomplishments and experience, provide facts and metrics to show what exactly you can do and by how much. [Due]

How To Deal with Rich Friends Who are Big Spenders — Communication is key! Be honest about your financial limitations. If they're real friends, they won't try to pressure you into spending money when you're out with them. [Ready To Be Rich]

Basement Maintenance 101: 5 Tips for Maintaining Your Basement — Perform these checks regularly to catch potential issues in your basement. [The Allstate Blog]

How to Find a Good Income Property — Unless it's a new construction, odds are you'll be visiting the property fairly frequently to address any issues. Make sure it's a drive that you can handle. [The Savyy Scot]

How This Dad Learned to Love Minecraft — Unlike many video games, Minecraft offers kids the opportunity to develop important skills. [Parenting Squad]


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