Best Money Tips: How to Save Money on School Supplies

By Amy Lu on 31 July 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on ways to save on school supplies, how to avoid overspending on upsells, and what to do if your brakes go out.

Top 5 Articles

10 Ways to Save on School Supplies — You don't have to bring the kids even though you're shopping for them. Keep them at home so they don't derail your shopping plan and budget. [Cheapism]

4 Ways To Avoid Upsell Overspending — Don't think you need explain why you're turning down an upsell — you don't owe the salesperson an explanation! If the pitch continues after you've said "no", just threaten to walk out. [Clever Dude]

What to Do If Your Brakes Go Out — Here are the steps you should take if your brakes ever go out while you are driving. [The Allstate Blog]

One a Day: Throw These 116 Things Away — Cleaning out clutter doesn't have to be a big production. You can take baby steps by simply getting rid of one kind of clutter a day. [PopSugar Smart Living]

5 Ways To Save Money While On Vacation, Even If You’re Lazy Like Me — Check out local travel brochures and tourist booths for discounts on local attractions. [Bible Money Matters]

Other Essential Reading

5 Steps to Loving Yourself and Living Happily Ever After — When you love yourself, forgive your shortcomings, and try to live a happy and fulfilled life, you have more resources to be the person you want to be to others. [Dumb Little Man]

5 Benefits of Going Offline for a Week — When you go offline for an extended period, you start focusing on what really matters to you — not what's currently trending on social media. [Time Management Ninja]

How to Organize Your To-Do List for Maximum Productivity — Set a realistic cap on your daily to-do list. For example, with the 1-3-5 rule, you target one big task, three medium tasks, and five small tasks. [Productivity Theory]

4 Financial Pillars Everyone Should Have — These financial pillars are essential overcoming the unwelcome surprises that are inevitable in life. [The Fortunate Investor]

Hot new job for middle-class students: manual labor — More and more young, middle-class workers are turning to manual labor for their career paths. [The Christian Science Monitor]

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