Best Money Tips: 5 Things Every Frugal Person Should Spend Money On

By Amy Lu on 9 April 2018 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on things every frugal person should spend money on, pantry tips from the pros, and easy ways to save money after you turn 50.

Top 5 Articles

5 Things Every Frugal Person Should Spend Money On — Your home is where you live, sleep, and eat. It's okay to spend money to make it nice and make it yours. [Mad Money Monster]

12 Restaurant Pantry Tips We're Stealing for Our Own Kitchens — Keep painter's tape and a Sharpie handy so you can label containers on the fly. While you're at it, label the shelves, too, so others who enter your pantry know where things are supposed to go. [Food52]

6 Easy Ways to Save Money After You Turn 50 — With an AARP membership, you qualify for discounts at tons of stores, restaurants, and travel services. [Money Talks News]

3 Practical Ways to Bring the Garden Indoors and Fuel Your Green Thumb — Green up your space with a low-maintenance succulent terrarium. They're easy to assemble and even easier to take care of. [PopSugar Smart Living]

4 Awesome Benefits of Living on Last Month’s Income — Paying this month's bills with last month's income gives you a buffer in case surprise expenses come up. [Frugal Rules]

Other Essential Reading

8 Tips to Shop Kid’s Consignment Sales Like a Pro — If you're not bringing the kids, you can jot down their measurements ahead of time and bring a measuring tape to help you check if items will fit. [Thrifty Frugal Mom]

7 Unexpected Ways to Boost Your Creativity (Even if You Think You Have None) — Taking a vacation allows you to step back, recharge, and reflect. When you come back to work, you'll have a fresh perspective on things. [The Muse]

How to Get Motivated to Lose Half a Pound a Day (A Health Coach's Hack) — Is your sweet tooth getting in the way of your weight loss goal? The Teassert Technique can mute your sugar cravings instantly. []

Creative Small Bathroom Storage Ideas — Create more room to hang towels by installing an extra rod over your shower or bathtub. [Mindful Decluttering & Organizing]

Hawaii's low unemployment presents unique challenges — In Hawaii, the unemployment rate is down to 2.1%, and employers are having a really hard time filling jobs. Unfilled jobs may be slowing the state's economic growth. [The Christian Science Monitor]

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