Best Money Tips: Ways to Save More at Target

By Amy Lu on 12 January 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on ways to save more at Target, burn calories without going to the gym, and live a more natural lifestyle.

Top 5 Articles

25 Amazing Ways to Save More at Target — Know when different departments have discounts throughout the week. For example, you'll see markdowns on electronics and kids' clothing on Monday, and housewares and shoes go on sale on Thursday. [PopSugar Smart Living]

15 Simple Ways to Burn Calories Without the Gym — Park in the farthest spots on the lot and enjoy the walk from your car to your destination. [Money Talks News]

6 Ways to Live a More Natural Lifestyle — Make your own cleaners. They're cheaper than store-bought and better for the environment! [Cult of Money]

5 Easy Steps to Make a Year Long Menu Plan — Make a list of your family's favorite meals that you can go back to every week. Change it up simply by using different sides or ingredients. [The Centsible Life]

7 Things That Cost Women More — On average, women spend 26% more on health care than men do. [Kiplinger]

Other Essential Reading

5 Things You Should Not Say to Your Boss — Don't tell your boss you're tired or bored — he'll think you aren't putting in your best work. [Grad Money Matters]

7 Security Habits You Need to Change to Protect Your Identity in 2015 — Start loading up on all the free security tools out there. If they work and they're free, why not? [Credit Sesame]

How to Calculate the Real Cost of Upgrading Your Mobile Phone — A no-contract service may not be significantly cheaper than a traditional 2-year contract. [MoneyNing]

How Much Should You Charge? 3 Keys to Setting Freelance Rates — Start by working backwards — figure out how much you need to earn to cover your expenses and make a profit. [Money Under 30]

5 Tips to Get Your Household Cleaning Done With Little Kids Around — Prioritize your chores so the most important ones get done no matter what surprises may pop up. [Parenting Squad]

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