Best Money Tips: Sleeping Tips You've Never Heard

by Ashley Jacobs on 16 January 2014 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on sleeping tips you've never heard, reasons not to eat fast food, and things to remember when everything goes wrong.

Top 5 Articles

10 Unconventional (But Great) Sleeping Tips You've Probably Never Heard — Turning off your screens and watching your food intake can help you sleep better. [Stepcase Lifehack]

10 Reasons Not to Eat Fast Food — You should avoid fast food because it is greasy and has artificial ingredients. [Dumb Little Man]

8 Things to Remember When Everything Goes Wrong — When everything goes wrong, remember that every struggle is a step forward. [Marc and Angel Hack Life]

Influences on the Cost of Auto Insurance — Did you know the type of car you drive, as well as the age or sex of the driver, can affect your auto insurance rates? [Joe Taxpayer]

Ten Tips To Help You Save Money In 2014 — To save money in 2014, enjoy nature and avoid buying things just because they are on sale. [Coolchecks.net]

Other Essential Reading

No match? Save anyway — Just because your employer doesn't match your retirement contributions doesn't mean you shouldn't save for retirement. [Ask Liz Weston]

10 Things You Could Have Done If You Got Up Early — If you had woken up early this morning, you could have read or caught up on your to do list. [Time Management Ninja]

7 Refreshing Uses for Toothpaste — Did you know you can use toothpaste as a defogger or to remove stains? [PopSugar Smart Living]

What's the Fuss Over Antibacterial Soaps? Or Should I Stop Using One? — It turns out antibacterial soaps may not be as effective as advertised. [Lifehacker]

7 Ways to Avoid the Academic Slump This Winter — Reading and setting goals can help your child avoid the academic slump this winter. [Parenting Squad]

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