Best Money Tips: Do's and Don'ts of Bulk Buying

By Amy Lu on 18 February 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on ways to save money by buying in bulk, things that cost more depending on your gender, and career tips for recent grads.

Top 5 Articles

Ways to Save Money by Buying in Bulk (Plus What Not to Do) — Don't buy an item in bulk if you've never tried it. Stick with products you actually use and love. [Everybody Loves Your Money]

10 Things That Cost More for Women (or Men) — The price you pay for certain products may differ according to your gender. While women are often charged more for car repairs, men often pay more for car insurance. [Cheapism]

Career Tips For Recent Grads — Maintain the connections you made in college and make new ones in your desired field. Look for relevant group meetups, find ways to volunteer, and stay connected with your professors, your friends who are already working, and your alumni. [Poorer Than You]

31 Household Products You're Underusing — Paint your wooden furniture with tea bags for a rustic, vintage look. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Want to fight climate change? Eat more beans. — It turns out that pulses (which include common beans, chickpeas, faba beans, dried peas and lentils) are not only good for you, they're great for the environment, too. [The Monitor]

Other Essential Reading

The Unexpected Travel Necessities You Need For Your Next Trip — Use a bright luggage tag that will stand out from all the others in baggage claim. [Frugal Beautiful]

10 Free Winter Date Ideas — Have an indoor cookout! Turn up a fireplace or stand by a burner and make s’mores, hot dogs, or popcorn. [Lazy Man & Money]

20 Genius Uses for Leftover Coffee and Coffee Grounds — You can add leftover coffee to your chili for a warmer, richer flavor. [More With Less Today]

Simple But Effective Pet Cleaning Tips — Use a small handheld vacuum to remove fur quickly. [A Debt Free Stress Free Life]

8 Rules for When Your Kids Start Dating — Establish clear guidelines with your child. For example, how much time can they spend on the phone, online, and in person with their boyfriend/girlfriend? [Parenting Squad]

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