Best Money Tips: How to Survive an International Flight

By Amy Lu on 12 July 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on the secrets to surviving an international flight, back-to-school sales that everyone can enjoy, and quick and easy ways to lower your blood pressure.

Top 5 Articles

13 Secrets to Surviving an International Flight -- Your choices for in-flight entertainment can be limited, so download a few of your favorite movies, TV shows, audiobooks, or podcasts to help you pass the time. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Back-to-school sales aren't just for students -- Many clothing retailers offer store-wide sales during the back-to-school season. Keep an eye out for deals at stores like Old Navy, Victoria's Secret, and Kohl's. [The Monitor]

9 Easy Ways To Lower Blood Pressure Quickly -- Eating more plant-based foods can help lower blood pressure and cholesterol. [easyWays]

Tired of Staycations? Try these Frugal and Fun Trips Instead -- Choose a destination that is accessible by car. Road trips can be really fun, and you don't have to pay for air travel and all the fees and limitations that come with it. [Everything Finance]

7 Ways to Start Spreading the Optimism Today -- If someone in your life is stressed out, help them wind down. Invite them to a picnic, go for a swim, or just laugh with them. [The Positivity Blog]

Other Essential Reading

Why You Need a Wind Down Routine -- A wind down ritual can give you more restful sleep and help you jump start your morning. [Best Kept Self]

Busy vs. Productive: Which One Are You? 7 Tips to be Productive, Not Busy -- Busy people allow others to set the direction their life is headed. Productive people set their own direction and constantly evaluate their progress. [Personal Excellence]

Tips to Child-Proof Your Home on a Budget -- Your cleaners are right at kid level if you store them under the kitchen sink. Place them in a higher cabinet instead to keep them away from curious hands. [Stack The Chips]

How to Decorate Your Rental on a Budget -- If painting is not an option, use removable wallpaper. There are kinds that you can peel away and others that you can wax on and off like stickers.  [Save The Bills]

How to Avoid These 9 Summer Vacation Mistakes -- Don't wait until the last minute to plan activities. Popular restaurants and attractions may require reservations a few days ahead of time. [Parenting Squad]

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