Best Money Tips: Ways to Save Money at IKEA

By Amy Lu on 7 November 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on how to save money at IKEA, proven ways to reduce food waste, and fun Thanksgiving activities for the whole family.

Top 5 Articles

IKEA: 3 Ways To Save Money — Enter through the exit door to get straight to the sale section. [SheBudgets]

How To Reduce Food Waste: 6 Proven Ways — Don't just rely on expiration dates to decide when it's time to throw something out. Use your senses — and your best judgment — to recognize if something has spoiled. [Cash The Checks]

4 Fun Thanksgiving Activities the Whole Family Can Enjoy — Instead of lounging around after dinner, start a family game tournament. It can be a multiday, multigame event! [The Allstate Blog]

12 Cheap Beauty Products You Didn’t Even Know About! — You can use lemon as a natural toner for acne-prone skin. [Don't Pay Full]

The 9 Investment Risks You Need to Guard Against — Understanding the risks your portfolio faces will help you identify ways to protect your money. [Kiplinger]

Other Essential Reading

Important Financial Tips and Benefits for Veterans — Join Experian's #CreditChat tomorrow at 3 p.m. ET for a discussion on financial tips and benefits for veterans. [Experian]

The Top 10 Travel Destinations of 2018 — Are these top travel destinations on your radar? [PopSugar Smart Living]

How to Take Better Care of Yourself — Start your day with a cup of hot water with a wedge of lemon. This detoxifies your liver and leaves you feeling more energetic. [A Mess Free Life]

Six Hacks to Save You More Money — You could salve $730 each year by drinking tap water instead of buying bottled. [The Financial Blogger]

Is the dinosaur family tree becoming a dinosaur? — The wealth of new fossil discoveries is forcing paleontologists to rethink how we classify dinosaurs. [The Christian Science Monitor]

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