Best Money Tips: Healthy Home Remedies That Work

By Amy Lu on 26 January 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found healthy home remedies, the best and worst things to buy in February, and tips to save on flowers.

Top 5 Articles

15 Healthy Home Remedies — Dandelion tea cay be used to ease bloating and cramping. Add a little honey to make it less bitter. [Living Well Spending Less]

The best and worst things to buy in February — Watch out for Presidents' Day deals. Expect to find slashed prices on apparel, furniture, and home items — especially mattresses. [The Monitor]

9 Tips to Save a Bundle on Flowers — Just like produce, flowers that are in season tend to be cheaper. Visit your local florist to learn what's available this time of year. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Financial Planning for a Strong Future — It's important to have 3-9 months' worth of living expenses in your emergency fund savings, but you should also try to keep 2 months’ worth of expenses in your checking account, just in case. [Amplify]

7 Tips For Driving In Snow — Keep your tank full! You don't want to be stranded in the snow with no heat. [Wealthy Turtle]

Other Essential Reading

The Changing Nature of Jobs and How to Stay Relevant — Instead of focusing on a specific job description, develop a core set of transferable skills that you enjoy. [Lazy Man and Money]

How to Budget for Raises, Income Gaps, and Other Career Changes — Before you switch jobs, take a hard look at how the pay difference will impact your budget. But don't just focus on the numbers! Also consider retirement options, health care, change in hours, etc. [Daily Worth]

How To Help Adult Children Facing Financial Trials — If your adult child is moving back with you, make sure they're contributing to family expenses. [A Debt Free Stress Free Life]

8 Money Tips For Teenagers — Before you buy or pay for anything, always check if student discounts are available. [Listen Money Matters]

6 Reasons to Say "Yes" to Your Kids More Often — Hearing "yes" can help your child learn which behavior is appropriate and which is clearly off-limits. [Parenting Squad]

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