Best Money Tips: How to Save Money While Traveling Solo

Welcome to Wise Bread’s Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on ways to save money while traveling by yourself, best uses for a financial windfall, and ways to make money with your smartphone.

Top 5 Articles

11 Ways to Save Money When Traveling Solo — The cheapest way for a solo traveler to get around is public transit. Some major cities even offer multiday transit passes for unlimited rides. [Cheapism]

7 Best Uses for a Financial Windfall — While it’s important to chip away debt and build up an emergency fund, there may be certain expenses in your life that should be made sooner rather than later. [Everything Finance]

50 Ways to Make Money With Your Smartphone — It only takes 15 minutes or less to complete micro tasks on your phone — and get paid! [Well Kept Wallet]

How to Make Extra Money with Part Time Jobs for Christmas — People who are terrible at wrapping gifts would pay good money for someone else to do it for them. [Money Q&A]

The 5 best (and worst) frugal living tips we know — Instead of taking surveys for quick cash, negotiate for better pricing on bills you’re already paying. [I Will Teach You To Be Rich]

Other Essential Reading

Advanced Storytelling Hacks: How To Be A Great Storyteller — A great story starts with the buildup. Paint the scene for your listeners. [Dumb Little Man]

15 Things Depression Will Tell You That Are Actually Horrible Lies — Depression may tell you that you shouldn’t be this happy, but that’s a big fat lie. [PopSugar Smart Living]

10 Filling and Cheap Pantry Staples — You can’t beat oats for the price and versatility! [Mint Life]

Radical Ways to Accomplish Your Financial Goals — A spending fast is a dramatic step to take for saving money, but it can help redefine your idea of “normal spending”. [Matt About Money]

Securing the vote: How ‘paper’ can protect US elections from foreign invaders — Voting machines that don’t produce a verifiable paper trail are vulnerable to tampering, but the issues are not impossible to address. [The Christian Science Monitor]