Best Money Tips: How to Score the Best Flea Market Finds

By Amy Lu on 26 July 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on scoring the best flea market finds, the worst jobs for the future, and eco-friendly back-to-school tips.

Top 5 Articles

Cracking the Code For Scoring the Best Flea Market Finds — Whether it's a folding cart or a wagon, bring a set of wheels for larger items that you might find. Save yourself from the backache and extra trips back to the car. [PopSugar Smart Living]

10 Worst Jobs for the Future — Floral designers are in decline as budget-conscious consumers are buying loose, fresh-cut flowers from grocery stores instead of elaborate bouquets and arrangements from florists. [Kiplinger]

Get Your Green On: 6 Eco-friendly Back-To-School Tips — Freeze your child's juice box the night before to make a cooler pack that will keep food at a safe temperature until lunchtime. [The Allstate Blog]

Home Renovations To Avoid if You Want to Add Value — When you remove a closet to create more space elsewhere, you aren't losing just the closet. You're actually losing an entire bedroom because rooms without closets cannot be marketed as bedrooms. [SheBudgets]

13 Money Secrets Nobody Ever Told You — If you want to improve your financial situation, you need to start working on yourself. [A Mess Free Life]

Other Essential Reading

What Every Teen Needs to Know About Money — Share these tips with your kids so that they start their financial future on the right foot. [Living Well Spending Less]

Monthly Expenses - Top 4 Money Saving Tips for Essential Bills at Home — Save the water from boiling pasta and vegetables. Once it cools, use it to water your plants. [Money Q&A]

8 Retirement Rumors to Ignore If You Actually Want to Retire — Rules of thumb don't always make sense — each person's situation is unique! [Good Financial Cents]

Wind, solar do not harm power grid reliability, new study reports — According to a draft US Department of Energy study, significantly higher levels of renewable energy can be integrated without making the electrical grid less reliable. [The Christian Science Monitor]

7 Toxic Sources of Chaos You need to Eliminate from Your Life — Setting standards too high will add unnecessary stress to your life. When you try to perfect one area of your life, you'll inevitably neglect other areas. [Change Your Thoughts]

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