Best Money Tips: Ways to Spend Less on Gas

By Amy Lu on 29 August 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on ways to spend less on gas, nearly 100 cheap date ideas, and how to cancel a flight without paying a hefty fee.

Top 5 Articles

5 Ways to Slash the Cost of Gas — Use a smartphone app like GasBuddy or GasGuru to find the best deal when you're out and about. [Money Talks News]

Love Don't Cost a Thing: 98 Cheap Date Ideas — Create a city tour and visit historic landmarks together. [PopSugar Smart Living]

How to cancel a flight without the hefty fee — New consumer protection laws give travelers 24 hours to cancel airline reservations and get a full refund. [The Monitor]

Financial Changes You Can Make Today to See Big Changes Immediately — If you get a regular paycheck from a company, call HR and see if they can send a certain amount from every paycheck to your savings account. [SheBudgets]

7 Habits of Smart Coupon Users — You'll lose out on savings if you insist on buying particular brands. Look for the best value and avoid brand loyalty! [A Debt Free Mess Free Life]

Other Essential Reading

How Caring Less Can Help You Accomplish More — It takes a lot of mental bandwidth to keep your brain in critique mode. When you care less about getting an exact outcome, you're able to enjoy the process more. [Mark's Daily Apple]

How To Have More Closet Choice And Less Clutter — Choose a base color to be the starting point for your wardrobe. [Get Organized Wizard]

8 Emotionally Destructive Relationship Behaviors To Watch Out For — Communication is key to a healthy relationship. It's a serious problem if someone tends to lecture at you rather than converse with you. [Change Your Thoughts]

Homemade Vapor Rub for your Chest — This homemade vapor rub is great for clearing stuffy noses, relieving sore muscles, and soothing headaches. [Passion for Savings]

5 Ways to Simplify Your School Routine — Follow the touch-it-once policy, where you immediately process any forms, papers, or lunchbox leftovers as soon as your kids get home. [Living Well Spending Less]

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