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Frugal Friday Tips: Invest in Yourself

Frugal Friday Tips: Invest in Yourself
Written by Oana Schneider

Hello, money-savers! How much money did you save last week? We did a lot of saving, but also a lot of reading these past days and we are pretty excited to share a few of our top reads with you. Check out our Frugal Friday selection of money-saving articles!

In case you are looking up ways to close a credit card without damaging your finances, this article is perfect for you. Credit cards are very useful when you are in need of some money flow, but can be very dangerous for those who are notorious shopaholics. If you are a big spender, closing a credit card is more than OK: it’s the right thing to do!

Most people think that renting a house is not worth it as long as you can get a mortgage that will cost you less money every month than your usual renting fee. However, the truth is that, is you don’t have a stable job and are a very unsettling soul, you should rent. This way, you don’t have to commit to anything and you can move somewhere else whenever you want. This article will provide all the information you need!

17 Ways to Save at Least $1 a Day – PopSugar Smart Living

Not saving $1 every day is losing $1 every day, so think about it. We’re not saying that you should be drastic about your saving and fast or thirst just to save a few pennies, but you could abstain for certain luxury items, like fresh baked croissants in the morning and your weekly shopping spree. After all, how many scarves and purses can a girl have? Save goes for you, gentlemen! Put away your money and do something meaningful with it: see the world or make a good investment!

This is a great testimonial about a person’s top 3 financial decisions. If you are looking to make a big purchase but doubt your judgment, you should read this article. First of all, pay some extra attention when you buy your car, your home and a vacation. Make sure to do your research before rushing into things so that you’ll never have any regrets about your financial decisions!

Read this before buying a house! Not all homeowner’s insurance policies include the same features and you want to be prepared for any scenarios! Make sure to do your homework and look into other unplanned expenses not only when you buy a house, but when you make any kind of purchase. It’s a lot of work, but you don’t want to be caught off-guard!

If you are thinking about opening a credit card or have any other question related to this subject, 5 financial experts from Credit Sesame will offer you the long-awaited answers. If you want to know how many credit cards you need, how to make safe purchases with your credit cards and so on, this is the article to read!

Interested in what 2016 is going to be like, financially-speaking? If you are, this article will tell you all about the best investments to make, the best car to drive and the list continues. Read this article and stay on top of this year’s financial predictions. Think about it: would you bring your umbrella with you if you didn’t have a weather forecast to guide you?

Invest in Yourself – Listen Money Matters

This is probably the best investment you could ever make! Don’t buy expensive clothes or fast motorcycles when you can invest all that money into making you a better professional or just a more relaxed individual. Sign up for classes to enrich your knowledge or do yoga to bring some balance to your life. Whatever you do, make sure to take care of both your mind and body!

It’s a brand new year and you have a lot of time ahead of you to grow your savings account. Fortunately for you, the gas prices are very low now, which means you will be saving a little bit of money on that department. For more ways to grow your savings account, read the article!

If you want to keep things smooth at work, try these 5 psychological tricks! There are many things that can help you overcome a stressful situation at work and if your job is a keeper, you may want to read this article!

About the author

Oana Schneider

Oana Schneider is a published author located in Chicago, Illinois, who currently works for DontPayFull.com as a communication specialist and blog editor. She writes about lifestyle, family budget, has a degree in Communications and advocates for women’s rights. Her future plans include getting a Labrador and losing a few pounds.

3 Comments

  • I loved the articles about saving $1 a day, and why some people should rent. Because saving money is great, and everybody should be trying to do it if they are able to. I know that I try to save as much as possible, as I am saving up for a house at the moment – however after reading the article about renting, I am now thinking that perhaps I will want to do something like that instead, as it could make a little more sense to me.

  • A lot of the tips listed under the 17 tips was stuff I already do. The times I do treat myself to a coffee though I always order a “Triple Triple” a large is $2.05. I rarely do this but its my divine small treat. At home I am the one who uses most of the milk so our milk last about 5 days before the expiration date most of the time.I also found buying the store brand or generic of items is a lot cheaper than store brand. I have found that generic items don’t get coupons it seems but I will use coupons on name brand items if I need them and if they are cheaper than generic.

  • I love the resources that you’re citing in all of these. Thank you for compiling these comprehensive lists. It’s much easier to share your blog than try and explain to people how they should be saving. I’m definitely passing these along.

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