Best Money Tips: 22 Clever New Uses for Your Tools

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles clever new uses for your tools, reasons why you’re addicted to Facebook, and ways that decluttering will improve your health.

Top 5 Articles

22 Clever New Uses for Your Tools — Try using a flexible pick-up tool to yank out the gunk that is clogging your sink. [The Family Handyman]

5 Psychological Reasons You Are Addicted to Facebook and 5 Ways to Break the Habit — Do you refresh your Facebook feed obsessively? A fear of missing out may be at work here. [Lifehack]

4 Ways Decluttering Will Improve Your Health — Having messy, unfinished projects around you can lead to depression. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Midyear Checkup: 8 Steps to Finish 2015 Fiscally Fit — Are you on track for a financially good year? Be sure to grab a free copy of your credit report from — check for errors and look for ways to raise your score. [Money Talks News]

Should you take the free Windows 10 upgrade? — The free upgrade will be available for at least a year, so it makes sense to wait a while for Microsoft to work out any bugs before you download. [The Monitor]

Other Essential Reading

7 Great Foods to Boost Your Brain Power — Oregano can increase cognitive processing performance and alertness. [Dumb Little Man]

12 Simple Ways to Stop Worrying What Other People Think of You — Even if someone is judging you, do they really matter in your life? If they don't matter, then you don't need to care what they think. [Change Your Thoughts]

5 Steps To Going Paperless When You Aren’t Used To Digital — When you have a lot of storage, you'll find a way to fill them up. Reduce your paper storage by half, and keep reducing every few months until you're paperless! [Sustainablog]

7 Frugal Ways to Decorate a Dorm Room — Decorate your dorm room with fresh accents like pine cones, branches, and flowers. When you want to change things up, just go outside and collect new materials! [A Few Short Cuts]

5 Rules I Wish Were Posted At The Pool — It seems that yelling is inevitable when kids and pools are involved, but if you need to yell across the pool more than three times, it's probably time to go home. [Parenting Squad]

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