Best Money Tips: 20+ Ways to Save Big at Home Depot

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found helpful articles on ways to save big at Home Depot, habits of successful introverts, and toys from the ‘90s that are worth a ton today.

Top 5 Articles

22 Easy Ways to Save Big at the Home Depot — If you need wood for a DIY project, sift through the lumber pieces that were left over from other people's cuts. You can get these for up to 80% off! [Money Pantry]

10 Habits of Successful Introverts — Introverts are capable of working with a team, but they tend to do their best work when left to their own devices. [PopSugar Smart Living]

90s Toys That Are Worth a Ton Today — The discontinued Felicity and Samantha dolls by American Girl are worth around $300 each! [Flipping Income]

10 Simple Ways to Lose Weight Painlessly — Make a conscious effort to eat more slowly. If you're still hungry after a meal, wait 5 minutes before eating something else. It often takes a few minutes for your brain to register that you've had enough to eat. [Life Optimizer]

How To Document Your Personal Property — Make a list of any belongings that are worth over $1,000, including the date of purchase, make and model number, and the owner if it's a business asset. [WalletHub]

Other Essential Reading

Super Useful Money Saving Tricks to Grow a Vegetable Garden — Covering seed trays with a plastic bag will allow evaporated water to condense on the plastic and drip back into the tray. [Don't Pay Full]

10 Steps to Living an Amazingly Wonderful Life — Respect yourself! You might need to make some changes to get there, but it's worth it. You can't have a wonderful life if you can't even respect yourself. [Pick The Brain]

Should You Take A Bigger Paycheck or a Bigger Tax Refund? — If you're a bad saver, a tax refund might be the only time you ever get a lump sum of cash. However, adjusting your withholding for a smaller refund means you'll have more money in your pocket throughout the year. [SheBudgets]

101 Creative Ways To Cut Costs When You’re Desperate To Save Money — Ziploc bags are really useful! It's also really easy to get through boxes of them if you grab a new bag every time you need one. Reuse Ziploc bags whenever you can. [A Debt Free Mess Free Life]

Where to save your emergency fund — Keeping your emergency fund in a CD is a good option. A CD usually pays more than a savings account, and we know every little bit counts. [Get Rich Slowly]

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