Best Money Tips: Ways to Save $10 a Day

By Amy Lu on 28 August 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on ways to save $10 a day, mindsets that will change your money habits, and the best herbs for your fall garden.

Top 5 Articles

10 Tricks to Save $10 a Day — Whether you're dining out or cooking at home, save all leftovers in tupperware boxes and write the date on each container. [PopSugar Smart Living]

5 Mindsets to Change Your Money Habits Once and For All — Be less critical of yourself. When things go wrong, be curious and look for ways to do better in the future. [Creative Money]

The Best Herbs For Your Fall Garden — There are hundreds of varieties of sage, so it shouldn’t be too hard to find one that grows well in your area. [Moms Need to Know]

5 Budget Friendly U.S. Destinations off the Beaten Path — Get your fill of Cajun and Creole culture in the Louisiana Bayou! [My Dollar Plan]

5 Ways to Find Your Next Job — Reach out to the HR manager at the places where you want to work, and see if you can have an informal interview to discuss your career goals and their organization. [The Frugal Toad]

Other Essential Reading

10 splurges that won’t break the bank — Maid or landscaping services usually cost less than $100 and are worth the splurge if you don't enjoy or have time for the work. [Get Rich Slowly]

Thinking About a Baby? 8 Ways to Get Your Finances Ready — Start saving for big-ticket baby items, like a crib, car seat, and bottles. [DailyWorth]

10 Vital Financial Concepts That Every Adult Should Know — Do you know the difference between bear and bull markets, and what the indicators are? [Ready To Be Rich]

How to Save BIG With Early Christmas Shopping — The sooner you start Christmas shopping, the more time you'll have to compare prices and look for deals. [aboutLife]

How to Get Your Child to Clean Her Room in 15 Minutes or Less — Make it easy for your child to keep her room tidy before it turns into a disaster zone by giving her storage options, like boxes that fit under her bed or bins in the closet. [Parenting Squad]

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Miss PF

Great tips! Thank you!