Best Money Tips: Ways to Save on Food During Road Trips

By Amy Lu on 12 August 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on ways to save on food costs during road trips, over 100 interview tips to get your dream job, and things that extremely likable people do.

Top 5 Articles

6 ways to save on food costs during road trips with family — Look for farmers markets along your route. It's a great opportunity to stretch your limbs, eat good food, and learn about the produce grown in the region. [Bargaineering]

The Ultimate Interview Guide: 101 Interview Tips to Get Your Dream Job — From your frame of mind to post-acceptance (or rejection), this guide will walk you through every step of the interview process! [Wallet Hacks]

16 Things Extremely Likable People Do — Don't turn everything into a competition. People don't like it when someone is constantly trying to one-up them. [PopSugar Smart Living]

5 Smart Ways to Boost Profits at Your Lemonade Stand – or Any Small Business — Pick the right location for your business — ideally, a highly visible space with minimal competition. [Kiplinger]

5 Financial Tips For Military Couples — Take advantage of all the free resources available to you, including legal services, tax services, and even free concert and event tickets through VetTix. [Couple Money]

Other Essential Reading

10 Terms Every Grad With Student Loans Should Know — Student loans can be complicated and confusing. Knowing these terms and numbers will help new grads understand how their particular loan works. [Student Loan Hero]

How to Not Spend Too Much as a Wedding Guest — Pick the perfect gift from the wedding couple's registry and shop around to see where you can get it at the best price. [Current on Currency]

4 Smart Moves to Make When Planning a Vacation on a Budget — Sometimes, it can be cheaper to book directly with the hotel than it is through a travel website. [Pro Finance Blog]

3 Things You Need to Stop Doing to Live a Simpler Life — Stop overcomplicating your relationship. If you want to know something, just ask. Be direct and do your best to communicate clearly. [The Positivity Blog]

7 Ways to Throw a Kid's Birthday Party on a Budget — Skip the usual goody bags, which will only become clutter in someone else's home. Instead, send your guests home with cookies, coupons to a local family spot, and a T-shirt that follows the party's theme. [Parenting Squad]

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