Best Money Tips: Easy Ways to Practice Yoga on the Cheap

By Amy Lu on 8 November 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on easy ways to practice yoga on the cheap, awesome DIY stocking stuffers, and the best and worst foods for an empty stomach.

Top 5 Articles

Three easy ways to practice yoga on the cheap — Many yoga studies offer work-exchange programs where you work a few hours per week in order to take free classes in-studio. [The Monitor]

88 Awesome DIY Stocking Stuffers — A set of flavored salts is just the gift to make for the foodie in your life. [PopSugar Smart Living]

10 Foods To Eat And Avoid On An Empty Stomach For Better Digestive Health — It's good to eat fresh fruit when you're hungry…unless you're reaching for a banana. [Lifehack]

Death & Finances: What to Do After a Loved One Passes Away — It can be extremely difficult when someone you love has passed on; it's even harder if you're in charge of setting their finances in order. Join Experian's #CreditChat tomorrow at 3 p.m. ET for a discussion on how to deal financially after a loved one passes away. [Experian]

6 Things You Could Be Doing To Kickstart Your Memory — Engage your memory by paying close attention to the people and things around you as you go about your day. [Change Your Thoughts]

Other Essential Reading

11 Classic, Affordable Thanksgiving Recipes — Candied yams is a classic dish at Thanksgiving. Yams are very cheap this time of year, so opt for fresh rather than canned. [Cheapism]

A Tweak To Grocery Shopping That Could Save Your Budget! — Plan to buy a week's worth of groceries during one trip — but also set a budget for a secondary trip for the items you forgot to get. [Clever Dude]

5 Ways to Motivate Yourself On a Debt Free Journey — Calculate your debt payoff date so you have a deadline to work towards. [Everybody Loves Your Money]

4 Easy Ways to Freshen Up Your Finances — Don't allow unused vehicles to take up space in your garage or on your driveway. You can get a tax write-off when you donate a car to charity. [Financially Poor]

6 Things to Do If You Can’t Afford Christmas Gifts This Year — Look for freebies and free events to keep your family busy during the holiday season. [A Few Shortcuts]

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