Best Money Tips: 30 Surprising Things You Can Get for Free
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found helpful articles on surprising things you can get for free, moves to fight computer hunchback, and how eating this one food will improve your dietary health.
Top 5 Articles
30 Surprising Things You Can Get for Free That You’re Still Paying For — Baby supplies can be expensive! So check out Publix Baby Club, which gives away free books, coupons, and samples to their members. Certain manufacturers often give away samples, too. [Money Pantry]
4 Desk-friendly Moves to Combat Computer Hunchback — These exercises will stretch your chest muscles and strengthen your back. [Best Kept Self]
Eating This 1 Food Daily Could Improve Your Dietary Health — A handful of almonds each day will give your dietary health a boost. [Money Talks News]
7 Questions That Will Knock the Socks Off Your Interviewer — Ask your interviewer what should be the top focus for the first few months on the job. This shows your enthusiasm for doing a good job and will help you figure out if the job is right for you. [PopSugar Smart Living]
Starbucks' new rewards program isn't for the frugal — Starting in April, Starbucks customers will receive rewards based on how much they spend rather than how frequently they visit. [The Monitor]
Other Essential Reading
Budgeting Basics You Shouldn’t Ignore — Don't forget to budget for the small things, like your daily coffee or weekly pizza. You need to track all expenses if you want an accurate picture of your finances. [Everybody Loves Your Money]
3 Things to Look for in Leather Boots — If you want a pair that will last for years, invest in resoleable boots. [The Art of Manliness]
50 Ways to Change Your Life Today — Trust your instincts, gut, and perspective, but know where they stem from. [Pick The Brain]
6 Things Worry-Free People Do to Avoid Stress — Make a conscious decision to have fun and to connect with people. [Productivity Theory]
How to Teach Kids to be Entrepreneurs — Start teaching your kids the skills they need to develop a good work ethic. [Allowance Academy]
Disclaimer: The links and mentions on this site may be affiliate links. But they do not affect the actual opinions and recommendations of the authors.
Wise Bread is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com.