Best Money Tips: Ways to Make Extra Money With Little Skill

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on ways to make extra money with little skill, how to save at your favorite restaurant chain, and must-haves for staying healthy on the go.

Top 5 Articles

5 Ways to Make Extra Money With Little Skill — You can get paid to test websites from home — or anywhere else! No technical knowledge necessary. [ReadyForZero]

11 Ways to Save Money at Your Favorite Restaurant Chains — Instead of calling in a pizza order, place your order through a chain's website so you can apply coupons and deals! [Smarty Cents]

3 Must-Have Items to Stay Healthy on the Go — Always pack a pair of tennis shoes so that when you have an opportunity to be active, you have the right shoes for it. [Best Kept Self]

Increase Your Income Without Working More — Use the 80/20 rule to prioritize your tasks: spend 80% of your time on the 20% of your workload that generates most of your income. [Aspiring Millionaire]

18 Uses For Cornstarch That Will Save You Money — Cornstarch works as a natural, DIY dry shampoo. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Other Essential Reading

8 Morning Routines to Guarantee a Good Day — Get up at the same time every day. When you're up, do something right away to signal your brain that it's time to wake up. [Productivity Theory]

How To Grow Awesome Tomatoes — Here's what you need to know to grow delicious, nutritious tomatoes right in your backyard! [Moms Need to Know]

Fireworks Safety Tips for July 4th — Keep a bucket of water on hand in case of emergencies! [Parenting Squad]

10 Ways to Save Money on Car Rentals — Avoiding renting a car at airports. Their rates tend to be higher, and you may be charged an airport fee. [CouponPal]

3 TV Shows That May Actually Teach You Something About Money — Watching Real Housewives of New Jersey can teach you a thing or two about home loans and bankruptcy. [Money Under 30]

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