Best Money Tips: Save Money By Winterizing Your Life

By Amy Lu on 29 October 2014 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on how to save money by winterizing your life, how to feed your family on $80 a week, and 200+ mind-blowing upcycling ideas.

Top 5 Articles

27 Steps to Save Money By Winterizing Your Life — Don't just winterize your home (although that's important too). Before winter sets in, get the last of the scrumptious summer produce and preserve them. [Listen Money Matters]

How I Fed My Family on $80 a Week — Sticking to a strict grocery budget can be hard, but it's possible. One way to do it it to use credit cards that give you rewards and cash back. [Women & Co.]

221 Upcycling Ideas That Will Blow Your Mind — Combine coffee grounds and leftover wax candle ends to make coffee-scented candles! [PopSugar Smart Living]

4 Reasons You’re Sabotaging Your Weight Loss Results — Doing too much cardio will use up the recovery reserves you need for strength training, which is the better way to burn fat. [Dumb Little Man]

10 Not-So-Common Frugal Living Ideas — Move to a cheaper part of your city if it makes financial sense and it won't increase your commute by too much. [Don't Pay Full]

Other Essential Reading

3 Sneaky Scams I Fell For (and How You Can Avoid Them) — Do your research before you contribute to a natural disaster relief fund. Scam artists often take advantage of people's goodwill to collect identifying info. [MoneyNing]

8 Ways to Stay Safe While Using Your Phone to Manage Your Money — Use apps that have a passcode feature for an added level of security. [PT Money]

How to Get Good at Something: 5 Simple Lessons — Apply what you've learned. The more you practice, the better you'll get! [Life Optimizer]

5 Keys to Becoming a Millionaire — As your net worth rises, make sure your insurance coverage does, too. [My Dollar Plan]

8 Ways to Keep Your Children from Becoming Victims — Building your child's self-esteem can give him a stronger sense of right and wrong, which will help him recognize abusive behavior. [Parenting Squad]

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