Best Money Tips: Tips for an Ultra-Productive Day

By Amy Lu on 9 June 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on tips to have an ultra-productive day, how to free up space on your iPhone, and amazing ways to save money at Target.

Top 5 Articles

20 Tips for an Ultra-Productive Day — If you really want to get things done, turn off your phone. [Pick The Brain]

Ten proven ways to free up space on your iPhone — Old texts and iMessages can take up a lot of room, especially if you have a bunch of pictures and video messages. Set them to auto-delete after 30 days so they won't hog memory and slow down your phone. [The Monitor]

25 Amazing Ways to Save More at Target — Take advantage of seasonal clearance! You'll see the best prices a week after a holiday. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Best Times to Make Major Purchases — Household appliances — other than refrigerators — are cheapest in September and October, when new models come out. [Kiplinger]

Is Your Personality Making it Harder for You to Save? — Impatient people are the first in line to buy new products — and they'll pay premium for it. But if you want to save, too, you can become a focus group tester and get your hands on a new gadget before it hits the market. [Credit Card Chaser]

Other Essential Reading

How to Overcome Frustration: 3 Simple but Effective Steps — Whenever you feel frustrated, bring your attention back to the present and focus on what you can do right now to improve the situation. Every small step counts! [The Positivity Blog]

3 Smart Ways to Fund Your Dream Wedding — It's increasingly acceptable these days to ask for cash in lieu of a wedding gift. Check out online services that allow couples to set up a registry where guests can easily gift cash. [Credit Sesame]

How to Manage Money in Your Marriage — When you have a disagreement over money, give yourselves time to cool down first before you discuss the issue. [My Dollar Plan]

How to Remove Oil Stains from Your Driveway or Garage — One way to remove dried oil from concrete is to douse the stain with spray lubricant and rinse with water. [The Allstate Blog]

8 "New Parent Rules" You Can Break — Don't always put your kids' needs first. You have to take care of yourself, too! [Parenting Squad]

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