Best Money Tips: Smart Ways to Travel the World for Free

By Amy Lu on 3 June 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on smart ways to travel the world for free, how to save on summer destinations, and ways to eat healthy on a budget.

Top 5 Articles

4 Smart Ways to Travel The World For Free — Travel with a group and take advantage of group discounts on tours, train tickets, festivals, etc. [Dumb Little Man]

10 best ways to save on summer's hottest destinations (including Disney) — Bundled tickets may offer a better value if you're heading to an amusement park. [Money Rates]

10 Tips for Healthy Eating on a Budget — Learn to cook ethnic cuisines, which tend to rely on inexpensive, self-stable ingredients. [PT Money]

6 Steps to Getting Out of Debt — Get a clear picture of where you stand by listing every balance that you owe. [Cult of Money]

Inexpensive Ways to Decorate Your Home — Don't pay full price for wall art and other home décor items. You can find interesting pieces at lower prices at yard sales and flea markets. [Everybody Loves Your Money]

Other Essential Reading

Technology CAN Help You Fall Asleep at Night — These creative apps can help you work through a variety of sleeping issues. [PopSugar Smart Living]

50 Father's Day Gifts for $50 or Less — Need a thoughtful (but affordable) Father's Day gift? Consider getting him a brewery tour or a day of geocaching. [Cheapism]

7 Theme Park Tips to Save You Time and Money — Do your research! Map out any attractions that you want to see so you don't miss out in the bustle of the day. [Shopper Strategy]

3 Oddball Ways to Eliminate Frustration and Get Moving Forward Again — Kids throw tantrums when they're frustrated. Adults can use the Emotional Freedom Technique (or "tapping") to release the energy caused by your frustrations and to figure out other ways to handle the problem. [A Daring Adventure]

6 Things Parents Can Learn from the Cincinnati Zoo Situation — This tragedy is a teaching moment for all parents with young children. [Parenting Squad]

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