Best Money Tips: Ways to Save Money in Europe

By Amy Lu on 5 October 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on surprising ways to save money in Europe, how to save money on meat, and how to put together a smart home system yourself.

Top 5 Articles

10 Surprising Ways to Save Money in Europe — Many attractions offer discounts on the entry fee when you buy tickets online in advance. [PopSugar Smart Living]

How To Save Money On Meat — If you need ground meat, it's cheaper and fresher to buy a whole piece and ask your butcher to grind it for you. [A Mess Free Life]

Put Smart-Home Technologies to Work for You — Learn how to put together a basic smart home system for only a few hundred dollars. [Kiplinger]

Avoid These Mistakes At All Costs When Buying Property — The worst thing you can do is to overlook building checks. A professional assessor's expertise is well worth the small fee, considering how much money you would need to spend to make repairs you weren't expecting. [Stretching the One Income Dollar]

Smart Retirement Moves for Women — Everyone needs retirement savings, even stay-at-home moms. A spousal IRA is a good option for nonworking spouses. [Cheapism]

Other Essential Reading

Money Skills We Need to Teach Our Kids Right Now — It's important to teach your kids to have a healthy view of money early on. [SheBudgets]

Home-Making Tips for Couples — Setting up a new home isn't easy. Follow these tips to make the process less stressful for you and your partner. [One Smart Dollar]

7 Things to Remember When You’re Scared to Speak Up — Silencing yourself can be a form of self-abuse. Give yourself permission to openly communicate what matters to you. [Marc & Angel Hack Life]

Why You Feel Bored With Your Life – And What to Do About It — Think about the activities, people, and environments that you enjoy, and think about why they make you feel better. When you know the reasons, you'll be able to figure out ways to fulfill those emotional needs more often. [Change Your Thoughts]

Science-Backed Reasons to Take Breaks at Work — Skipping your lunch break means depriving your body of the fuel it needs to be productive. [Productivity Theory]

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