Best Money Tips: How to Save on 5 Overpriced Items

By Amy Lu on 27 September 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on how to save on the most overpriced items, easy ways to get clear skin fast, and battery hacks that will save you hundreds.

Top 5 Articles

How to Save on Five of the Most Overpriced Items — Avoid the markup on online flower delivery by buying a bouquet at a grocery store and delivering it in person. [The Frugal Toad]

15 Easy Ways To Get Clear Skin Fast — Hot water strips off natural oils and leaves your skin dry and parched. Always wash your face and shower with cool or tepid water. This will improve blood circulation, prevent acne, and keep your skin soft and supple. [easyWays]

27 Battery Hacks & Tips That Will Save You Hundreds (#3 Will Save You $40!) — In an emergency situation, you can use aluminum foil to convert AAA batteries into AA. [Money Pantry]

5 Ways to Be More Productive at Work (Hint: They All Take Less Than a Minute) — White noise's more balanced-sounding counterpart, pink noise, can help increase your focus and concentration. [PopSugar Smart Living]

5 Easy Budgeting Tools You Might Already Own — Budgeting may seem daunting at first, but odds are you already have the tools you need to get started. [Everybody Loves Your Money]

Other Essential Reading

Empathy games tread thin line between 'edutainment' and virtual voyeurism — Can empathy be taught through video games? [The Christian Science Monitor]

6 Things to Consider When Choosing a Co-Working Space — A good co-working space should offer a few perks beyond the basics of speedy internet and a comfy chair. Some may be pet friendly, or they may offer kitchen access or mail collection service. [Student Loan Hero]

The Number One Skill Every Successful Entrepreneur Must Master — A successful entrepreneur needs to be able to sell a vision, a team, themselves, and potential partners and deals. [Rich Dad]

The 10 Best Practical Ways to Budget Your Money and Save More — Try budgeting for the year instead of month by month. You'll see a bigger picture and a longer projection for what your expenses will look beyond the month. [My Money Design]

10 Hard Things to Start Doing for Yourself — Don't wait for someone to push you out of your comfort zone. Stretch yourself to the edge of comfort every day. This is how you expand your mind, grow, and gain valuable experiences. [Marc & Angel Hack Life]

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