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Best Money Tips: Money-Saving Ideas for New Parents

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Welcome to Wise Bread’s Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on money-saving ideas for new parents, pet peeves of hiring managers, and using Pinterest to be more productive.

Top 5 Articles

12 Money-Saving Ideas for New Parents — Picking gender neutral items can help new parents save on their baby expenses. [US News & World Report]

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Hiring Managers Share Their 9 Biggest Pet Peeves — Hiring managers can’t stand it when you don’t ask questions or when you are too persistent. [PopSugar Smart Living]

5 Ways You Can Use Pinterest to Be More Productive — Pinterest can help you plan your next vacation or become your own personal trainer. [Lifehack]

When To Skip DIY and Leave It to the Professionals — If you need special tools for a job, it may be best to leave it to the professionals. [Bible Money Matters]

Are You Prepared for an Emergency? — Do you have a financial plan for if you fall ill? What about other emergencies? [Kylie Ofiu]

Other Essential Reading

Why Giving Up Can Be the Best Time Management and Productivity Technique — If completing a task makes you inefficient, it may be best to just let it go. [Dumb Little Man]

Stop Reading Your Email and Start Acting on It — Filing reference emails can help you keep your emails organized. [Time Management Ninja]

10 Forgotten Truths to Help You Get Through Hard Times — When dealing with hard times, remember that mindset is half the battle. [Marc and Angel Hack Life]

Now Is the Time to Buy a Vacation Home — Vacation homes are selling below their peak prices of the past decade. [MainStreet]

11 Tips for Growing Your Child’s Interest in Gardening — Making it scientific and attracting animals can help grow your child’s interest in gardening. [Parenting Squad]

 

 

Written by Ashley Jacobs and published on Wise Bread. Read more articles from Wise Bread.

 

 

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