Best Money Tips: Discounts for Seniors and Boomers

By Amy Lu on 12 March 2018 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on discounts for seniors and boomers, tips to help you have it all as a working mom, and how to make the most of your Spring getaway.

Top 5 Articles

Retail Discounts for Seniors & Boomers — You can be as young as 50 to take advantage of some of these discounts! [More With Less Today]

15 tips to help you to ‘have it all’ as a Working Mum — Keep a stash of birthday cards and presents that you bought when they were on sale for those times when you need a last-minute gift. [The Diary of a Frugal Family]

6 Secrets to Making the Most of Your Spring Getaway — Resist checking your inbox while you're on vacation. Set down your devices, be present, and connect with your surroundings. [PopSugar Smart Living]

11 Easy Money Lessons You Need To Learn To Be Rich — It's important to track your net worth if you want to see a clear picture of your financial health. [Mad Money Monster]

How To Start Homesteading On A Budget — Before you try to tackle homesteading on a larger piece of land, start small and build your skills right where you are. [The Tiny Life]

Other Essential Reading

Overcrowded Closet? Seven Ways to Declutter Clothes and Accessories — Use the "hanger test" to help you see which clothes you haven't worn in a year. [The Simple White Rabbit]

5 Proven Ways to Build Wealth Outside the Stock Market — Investing in stocks is not the only way to grow your money. Remember, diversification is key! [Frugal Rules]

90+ No-Sugar Easter Basket Filler Ideas! — Limit your kids' sugar intake this Easter by replacing the candy in their baskets with these sugar-free alternatives. [Fabulessly Frugal]

Get Over a Bad Day with 8 Easy Tips — When you're having a bad day, taking a cold shower can help you feel better! [Pick The Brain]

Changes in sick-leave laws allow workers to care for 'chosen family' — It used to be that workers can only use sick days to care for their immediate family, but in the past two years, more US cities and states have passed laws allowing workers to use sick days to care for anyone who's like family to them. [The Christian Science Monitor]

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