Best Money Tips: 60 Awesome Ways to Make Money Without a Job

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on awesome ways to make money without a job, ways to save on cosmetics and beauty supplies, and how “pink noise” can improve sleep and memory.

Top 5 Articles

60 Awesome Ways to Make Money Without a Job — There are websites that conduct mock trials for their clients, which are mostly layers. You can get paid for participating in one! [Money Pantry]

How to Save on Cosmetics and Beauty Supplies — Before you drop $40-$80 on new cosmetics that you've never used before, ask the store if they offer samples that you can try out first. [Frugal Beautiful]

Listening to "Pink Noise" in Bed Can Help Improve Sleep and Memory — Pink noise is like white noise, except more soothing and less disruptive to the listener. [PopSugar Smart Living]

How school gardens can teach skills and unify communities — School gardens give students the opportunity to learn firsthand where their food comes from and to develop skills in food production. [The Monitor]

How to Reduce Food Waste and Save Money on Groceries — Everyone needs food, and it's often one of the biggest expenses in a household budget. Join Experian's #CreditChat tomorrow at 3 p.m. ET for a discussion on ways to spend less on groceries and reduce waste. [Experian]

Other Essential Reading

9 Easy Ways To Save $1,000 A Month — Consider cutting cable and the landline and using more affordable alternatives. [A Debt Free Mess Free Life]

6 Ways to Bounce Back from a Business Failure — It can be difficult to see clearly at the time, but the experience of business failure is rich in learning opportunities. [Five Cent Nickel]

4 Pro Tips On How To Reduce Shipping Costs — Never buy shipping labels in person at a FedEx Office or UPS store. You can save $1-3 dollars by creating the label yourself at their websites. [Flipping Income]

Teens And Money: What Should Teenagers Pay for? — As a parent, it's natural for you to want to provide for your child's needs, but as teenagers, they need to start learning about financial responsibility by paying for some things on their own. [Clever Dude]

How to Control Your Child's Internet Access — With a good router and a little bit of tech know-how, you can control your family’s access to the internet, including when, for how long, and which sites they visit. [Parenting Squad]

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