Best Money Tips: Organize These Areas to Save Money

By Amy Lu on 15 July 2016 0 comments

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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