Best Money Tips: Strange Ways to Make Money

By Amy Lu on 7 October 2010 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips roundup! Today, we give you an unconventional idea for a side business, a survivor's list of edible plants, and tips to save money on kids' winter wear!.

Top 5 Articles

Scoop the Poop: Strange Ways to Make Money — According to this post, a poop-scooping business is pretty simple to set up. Extra income is always good! SavingAdvice

Surviving in the Wild: 19 Common Edible Plants — On the list are burdock, cattail, dandelion, fireweed, and others. Plus: This guide comes with pictures! The Art of Manliness

Tips for Saving on Children's Winter Clothing — Don't store away the summer clothes just yet! Layer them with long-sleeved shirts and jackets for the mild days. Not Made of Money

How To Develop Sticky Ideas — As the story of the Post-It note shows, you need to let your mind wander and explore an idea before you reject it. The Skinny On

Get Organized Fast: 7 Things You Can Do This Weekend — Organize your mind by making a list, journal entry, spreadsheet, whatever it takes to get the to-dos, worries, and chaotic ideas spinning in your head out. Get Organized Wizard

Other Essential Reading

Ask These 4 Questions In An Interview To Get The Job — Don't leave the interview wondering how you did. Ask your interviewer if they have any doubts about you; if they do, here's your chance to address them! Business Insider

6 Ways to Change the Impact of Food on your Budget — Grocery delivery can be worth the extra $20 a month if it means you're making meals at home. My Dollar Plan

10 Steps To Tax Preparation — When it comes to filing your taxes, prep what you can over the course of the year (or these upcoming months) to avoid the mad dash when deadlines approach. Investopedia

How to Cut Your Meetings in Half — The first step is to schedule the meeting for half the time. (The pressure is on!) Time Management Ninja

Eight Steps to Early Semi-Retirement — Semi-retirement might just hit that sweet spot between work and full-time retirement. Free Money Finance

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