Best Money Tips: 75 Things You Don't Need to Buy

By Amy Lu on 17 March 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on things you really don’t need to buy, budget-friendly ways to do retail therapy, and apps that pay you for your selfies.

Top 5 Articles

75 Things You Really Don't Need to Buy — Skip the premium gas. Few cars actually require high-octane gasoline. Check your car's manual and stick to the lowest recommended octane level. [Cheapism]

6 Ways To Do Retail Therapy Without Ruining Your Budget — Retail therapy can actually be good for you if you do it right. [Ready To Be Rich]

5 Apps Where You Can Get Paid to Take Selfies — These companies will pay you for the right to use your selfies. [Saving Freak]

Want to View the World with Fresh Eyes? 13 Tips to See More Clearly. — Pretend to be a tourist and really pay attention to your surroundings. [Gretchen Rubin]

35 Things You'll Regret Doing in Life — Don't live a life of regrets. Take a step back, look at your choices, and consider making a few changes. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Other Essential Reading

Retirement Made Easy: Tips To Make The Transition Simple — Boredom and loneliness can be bad for your physical and mental health. Retirees can try volunteering, going to local shows and concerts, or playing sports. [Dumb Little Man]

Three strategies to avoid losing things — Limit what you carry with you when you're out and about to lower the odds of losing something. [Unclutterer]

How to Stay Calm: 17 Tips for Stressful and Frustrating Situations — When you start to feel really frustrated, angry, or sad about a situation, question your perspective before it goes any further. [The Positivity Blog]

5 Ways To Get Organized in 15 Minutes — If you need to do some quick tidying, put loose items in a laundry basket and set it aside to re-home later.  [Get Organized Wizard]

How to Help Your Kids Grieve After Losing a Family Pet — Respective that everyone grieves differently, including your children. Let them process the experience at their own pace. [Parenting Squad]

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