Best Money Tips: Easy Ways to Save on Houshold Costs

By Amy Lu on 13 June 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on easy ways to save on household costs, top ten habits to reduce stress, and essential water-safety tips for summer.

Top 5 Articles

11 Easy Ways to Save on Household Costs All Year — Let Mother Nature help you out whenever possible. Open curtains instead of turning on lamps, let the breeze in instead of turning on the AC, and collect rain to water your plants. [Everything Finance]

Stress Management: Top Ten Habits To Reduce Stress In Your Daily Life — One effective way to fight stress is by throwing yourself into a creative activity. [Pick The Brain]

11 Essential Water-Safety Tips for Summer — Know the signs of hypothermia — yes, even in summer! Your body temperature drops faster in the water than on land, so always check the water temperature before jumping in. [Cheapism]

9 Fantastic Uses for Aloe Vera — Drinking aloe vera juice can help settle your stomach. It's great for relieving heartburn, indigestion, and creating regularity. [A Few Shortcuts]

7 Things You Have to Stop Believing to Live a Successful Life On Your Own Terms — Stop believing that more and more thinking and planning will yield better results. [Marc & Angel Hack Life]

Other Essential Reading

Newest homebuyers: the generation known for not owning stuff — As more Millennials are entering the housing market, the housing market is seeing fundamental changes to accommodate buyers who may need a little more help. [The Christian Science Monitor]

5 Things You Didn't Know You Needed to Do Before Lunchtime — Breakfast may be low on your priority list when you're rushing through the morning. Grab a protein-packed snack to keep you going until lunch. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Happily Ever After: Financial Tips for Newlyweds — Join Experian's #CreditChat tomorrow at 3 p.m. ET for a discussion on financial advice for newly married couples. [Experian]

What does it mean to be Licensed, Bonded, and Insured? — When you research companies to do work on your home, you'll see the terms “licensed, bonded, and insured”. Find out what each term means and why they are important. [Wallet Hacks]

7 Toxic Types to Stay Clear of at Work — Stay away from seriously judgmental people who take their preferences and criticisms to an extreme level. [Change Your Thoughts]

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