Practical financial tips is what Wiser Dollar is all about. Strategies for increasing income, reducing debt and freeing up more time are shared routinely. But I am not the only one generating such tips. When I find articles and resources that are helpful, I like to pass them on. So below are articles and a resource I find helpful.
If you’d like to add some pizazz or a bit of change to your kitchen, but don’t want to break the bank to do so, then check out Wise Bread’s 20 Cheap and Easy DIY Kitchen Improvements.
A challenge for most families is what to do about weeknight meals. Hint . . . hint . . . a crockpot can be a part of the answer. See Embracing Simple’s article: 7 Tips to Simplify Weeknight Meals.
If debt is an ongoing struggle, then it needs to be addressed head-on. A detailed and technical overview of approaches is at Cash Cow’s blog. Check out Creative Strategies to Pay Off Debt Quickly.
In case you missed it, one of my most recent posts deals with how we need to consider long-term costs when making purchases. If you haven’t already done so, check out Christmas Trees and Long-Term Financial Planning.
Also, earlier in the week, I posted 6 Great Tips for Ordering Christmas Gifts Online.
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