Best Money Tips: 10 Things You Pay Too Much For

By Amy Lu on 3 August 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on things you probably pay too much for, ways to reuse plastic bottles, and easy tips for cutting down on daily expenses.

Top 5 Articles

You Probably Pay Too Much for These 10 Things — Do some research before you buy a smartphone app. Will you really use it? Can you get a free version that does what you need it to? [Money Talks News]

How To Reuse Plastic Bottles: 13 Plans And Ideas — Plastic bottles work great as planters, bird feeders…and ottomans? [Sustainablog]

Top 5 Tips to Easily Cut Down on Daily Expenses — Don't buy food and other items at a convenience store. Odds are, there's a grocery store nearby where you buy the same thing for much less. [Money Spruce]

7 Reliable Steps to Change Your Life at Any Age — Don't try to do too much at once. Focus on turning one positive change into a daily habit before you work on the next. [Marc and Angel Hack Life]

How to save big on end-of-summer travel — There are a number of discounts right now for airfare, hotels, travel packages, and more. [The Monitor]

Other Essential Reading

The Lazy Girl's Guide to a Clean Home — Invest in a hand vacuum to save time on cleaning small messes. [PopSugar Smart Living]

10 Ways To Express Your Love Without Spending Anything — Show your love through small, everyday gestures like hugs and kisses and helping with chores around the house. [Don't Pay Full]

How to craft perfect answers to any interview question — Tell a story with your answers! It provides structure and allows your personality to shine through. [I Will Teach You To Be Rich]

PANIC MODE! Why It’s Dangerous and How to Avoid It — When you're in panic mode, you're more likely to make poorly-planned decisions. So think through the scenarios that can cause a panic, and figure out how you want to respond to them before they happen. [The Simple Dollar]

How to Help Your Kids Become Successful Adults — Research shows that successful adults learned how to cooperate and to be willing to help from a young age. [Parenting Squad]

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