Best Money Tips: Survive the Cold and Flu Season on a Budget

By Amy Lu on 17 January 2018 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on how to survive the cold and flu season on a budget, affordable ways to fly first class, and beauty treatments you can find in your kitchen.

Top 5 Articles

How to Survive Cold and Flu Season on a Budget — Many foods can help fight flus and colds. This season, eat lots of mushrooms, green tea, sweet potato and chicken soup. [Common Cents Mom]

Everyone Can Fly First Class in Their Lifetime: Here's How — Save your miles! Many rewards programs offer excellent deals on first-class seats. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Five Beauty Treatments From Your Kitchen — Some of the best beauty products can be found right in your kitchen! [Nature Moms Blog]

Inexpensive Activities for More Family Fun — Create an opportunity where your family can learn something new together. Enroll everyone in a class or tackle a family project. [Living Well Spending Less]

Keeping Your Home Clean with Pets — You don't need a bunch of fancy gadgets, but the right tools will make a world of difference when you're cleaning up after your pets. [A Mess Free Life]

Other Essential Reading

How To Save Money On Car Rentals — You can score significant savings by looking for prepay deals and paying the total cost of your rental when you book. [Frugal Buzz]

Life Lessons from 6 Famous Failures — The pathway to success is peppered with failures. Use these famous failures to help you focus on your own journey. [SeedTime]

Be Frugal and Avoid Just Being Cheap —There's a difference between being frugal and being cheap. Learn how to be frugal without crossing the line to cheap.  [Money Spruce]

Need Help Landing That First Internship? Check Out This 4-Step Guide — Use this road map to help you land an internship when you're a little thin on experience. [The Penny Hoarder]

US breaks record for disaster cost: $306 billion — The increase in weather disasters is likely a result of climate change and urban development decisions. [The Christian Science Monitor]

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