Best Money Tips: Strategies to Simplify Your Finances

By Amy Lu on 3 September 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on strategies to simplify your finances, DIY skincare products that you can eat, and backyard activities for Labor Day.

Top 5 Articles

5 Strategies to Simplify Your Personal Finances — There are many different kinds of insurance out there. Buy insurance only for things you can't afford to pay with your emergency fund. [Everyday Financial Strategies]

DIY Skincare Products Natural Enough to Eat! — Replace your cleansers, moisturizers, and toners with a solution of distilled water and apple cider vinegar. [Nature Moms Blog]

6 Simple Labor Day Backyard Activities — A large community chalkboard will keep the little ones occupied for hours! Make your own with plywood and chalkboard paint, and mount it on a fence or wall. [The Allstate Blog]

Salt Types and When to Use Them — Use rock salt to make ice cream and to clear your sidewalk and driveway of ice! [More With Less Today]

11 Simple Tips For Bedroom Organization — Invest in tall furniture so you can store up instead of out. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Other Essential Reading

Cheap Holiday Travel: How Early Should You Book? — The key is to check early and check often so you can recognize a good deal when you see it. [Cheapism]

6 Reasons Why Avoiding Credit Is Costing You — With little to no credit history, your options will be severely limited if you want to rent a place. [ReadyForZero]

Save Money on Essentials with Jet.com — If you ever wanted to shop at retailer that was the cross between Amazon and Costco, then Jet.com might be right up your alley. [MoneyNing]

Financial Independence In Your 30s; How Realistic Is It? — It's possible to be financially independent in your 30s, but it's likely more complicated and riskier than you thought. [Money Under 30]

6 Tips for Minimalism With Kids — It can be difficult for anyone — kids especially — to let go of familiar possessions. Take it slow with your kids, but visit the topic often so that it becomes a habit. [Parenting Squad]

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