Best Money Tips: Safe and Cheap Ways to Watch the Solar Eclipse

By Amy Lu on 17 August 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on safe and cheap ways to watch the solar eclipse, easy ways to improve your finances today, and home maintenance tasks to check off this fall.

Top 5 Articles

6 Ways to View the Solar Eclipse Without Losing Your Eyes or Breaking the Bank — You have a few good options for watching the solar eclipse safely — and cheaply, starting with the tried-and-true cardboard box pinhole projector. [Make:]

10 Easy Ways To Improve Your Finances Today — An automated savings bot can help you cancel unused subscriptions, find cash back promotions, negotiate your bills, and flag price drop refunds. [Bible Money Matters]

9 Home Maintenance Tasks for Fall — Trim all your trees and shrubs, and remove any dead branches or three limbs that may cause damage in a storm. [The Allstate Blog]

5 Tricks for Night Owls to Be as Productive as Early Birds — You may be a night owl, but don't try to stay up all night. Set a time to stop working and stick to it. [Money Talks News]

23 Wedding Favors That Are Easy to DIY — Sure, making your own wedding favors will take some time and effort, but you'll be sure to save a bundle on these little treats for your guests. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Other Essential Reading

How to Make the Most Out of Your Company Meetings — Start your company meetings with a specific agenda and make sure everything is clear for the people at the meeting. [Change Your Thoughts]

5 Tips to Save for College Tuition — You can save a tremendous amount of money by taking basic credits at a community college, then transferring to a more expensive, four-year institution later. [MintLife]

Why Every Family Needs a Side Hustle — A side hustle can grow into a significant source of income for your family. [Yes, I Am Cheap]

10 Habits of Frugal People and Are They Worth It? — These habits, if you make them part of your daily life, will help you reach your financial goals. [Well Kept Wallet]

5 Ways to Make Training for Your First 5K Not Suck — Do yourself a favor and get new shoes just for running. [Run The Money]

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