Best Money Tips: How to Save at Starbucks


Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles with tips on saving money at Starbucks, handling annoying coworkers, and unique ways to save on groceries.

Top 5 Articles

How to Save Money at Starbucks: Hacks and Savings Strategies — Ordering drip coffee? Ask for a tall drip in a grande cup, which will give you room to add milk while only paying for a tall size. [The Penny Hoarder]

7 Tips for Handling Annoying Coworkers — If you can't avoid annoying coworkers, kill them with kindness. Home-baked muffins or a birthday cake may soften them up! [Dumb Little Man]

Six Unique Ways to Save On Groceries — Apps like Favado allow you to see what's on sale at your favorite stores and where to get coupons without any clipping. [Dinks Finance]

The 10 Rules of Successful Exercise — Reframe your workout as a fun activity. Instead of running for an hour on a treadmill, go outside and play a sport. [Mark's Daily Apple]

When You Can't Beat 'Em, Join 'Em: Buy the Companies You Hate — Some companies that are universally hated keep making money in part because they provide services and products that almost everyone needs. [Money Talks News]

Other Essential Reading

How to Overcome Nervousness: 7 Simple Habits — Before you step into a situation that makes you nervous, slow down your movements and breathe with your belly. This will make you calm. [The Positivity Blog]

4 Simple Solutions to Successfully Manage Laundry — Start by organizing your clothes: sort them, give everything a home, and make sure your own space is organized before you move on to the kids'. [Organize to Revitalize!]

World Kindness Day — November 13 is World Kindness Day. Talk to your kids about ways to show kindness to someone else… and then carry it out! [Parenting Squad]

34 Creative DIY Christmas Ornaments — Coat the inside of a clear ornament ball with varnish, then pour in some rainbow sprinkles until you have a ball that looks like it's filled with sugar and fun! [PopSugar Smart Living]

5 Recommended Rules for Friend Requests on Facebook — Don't send out blind friend requests. If you really want to befriend someone you don't know offline, include a message explaining your interest. [Raheel Farooq]

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