Best Money Tips: How to Get Paid to Watch Videos

By Amy Lu on 7 March 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found helpful articles on getting paid to watch videos, avoiding budget burnout, and coming up with the down payment for a home.

Top 5 Articles

20 Ways to Get Paid to Watch Videos — Viggle users can listen to music and watch TV, then earn points and redeem them for gift cards, music downloads, and more. [Money Pantry]

4 Ways To Avoid Budget Burnout — As your life and expenses change, your budgeting system may have to change with it. Try a different system if budgeting is becoming too inconvenient or time consuming. [Save The Bills]

10 Ways to Come Up With the Down Payment for a Home — Set up a dedicated savings account and put it on autopilot. It makes saving easy and barely noticeable. [Money Talks News]

6 Reasons You Might Need A Part-Time Job — Even if it means doing more work, having some extra money from a part-time job can reduce stress. [Dinks Finance]

Sixteen school lunch programs making a difference — These school lunch programs are making strides to improve kids' health. [The Monitor]

Other Essential Reading

19 Epic Traits of Confident Extroverts — Confident people pay attention to their health but also allow themselves to indulge once in a while. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Financial Loopholes In Your Brain (and How to Close Them) — It's easy to make exceptions and rationalize your actions when you slip up...but everything counts! [Creative Money]

7 Ways to Bag the Best Reduced Items at the Supermarket — Make friends with the people who work where you shop. They'll know when things go on sale and be able to help you land the best deals. [The Skint Dad Blog]

Being The Right Type Of Giver — Giving shouldn't come with ulterior motives or hidden agendas. [Bible Money Matters]

5 Ways to Avoid Putting Your Child in Daycare — If there's no way for you or your partner to stay home with baby, see if family or friends are willing to help. [Parenting Squad]

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