Best Money Tips: Surprising Things That Sell Big on eBay

By Amy Lu on 20 April 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found helpful articles on surprising things that you can sell on eBay, over 100 cheap or free things to do this summer, and ways to capture your best ideas.

Top 5 Articles

9 Things You Didn’t Know You Can Sell On eBay — Believe it or not, empty egg cartons and toilet paper rolls are in high demand due to their many uses for arts and crafts. [Flipping Income]

100+ Cheap or Free Things to Do This Summer — Slip and slides aren't just for kids! Set one up in your yard, invite your friends over, and have some fun under the sun. [PopSugar Smart Living]

5 Tips for Capturing Your Brain’s Best Ideas — Habits actually stimulate creativity. As your body goes through the motions, your mind is free to wander. [Time Management Ninja]

Five ways kids stress your finances (and what you can do about it) — There's no denying that kids are expensive, but many parents spend too much money on their kids for things they don't really need. [The Monitor]

How to Determine When Your Budget Needs An Overhaul — Your life is constantly changing, and there are certain situations where your budget will need to change, too. [Living On 50]

Other Essential Reading

4 Tips for Successful Blogging on LinkedIn — A successful long-form post on LinkedIn looks very different from your typical blog post. Follow these tips to create awesome content on LinkedIn and give a boost to your professional network. [Pro Finance Blog]

5 Smart Steps to Organizing a Project — After you have named your project and set a due date, list out the broad categories that make up your project. For example, if you're planning a party, the categories could be cake, utensils, decorations, music, and guests. [The Order Expert]

7 Creative Hot Dog Toppings for Your Backyard BBQ — Give your BBQ an island flair by making Hawaiian Hot Dogs with Mango Salsa. [A Few Short Cuts]

Planning Your Long-term Financial Objectives — Break down your long-term objective into smaller, more manageable milestones. [Lazy Man & Money]

Should the School Day Start Later for High Schoolers? — Studies show that there are educational and health benefits for teens when the school day starts later. [Parenting Squad]

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