Best Money Tips: Money-Saving Tips for April

By Amy Lu on 4 April 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found helpful articles on ways to save money in April, bad habits that rob you blind, and budget-friendly ways to improve your health.

Top 5 Articles

How to Save Money in April — Keep an eye out for yard sales in your area. It's spring cleaning season, which means you'll find lots of used items at next-to-nothing prices. [Parenting Squad]

How to Quit 10 Bad Money Habits That Rob You Blind — Going shopping while you're bored, whether at home or in person, is a terrible habit. To quit this habit, try implementing a shopping fast, removing your name (or email) from retailers' lists, or hanging with friends whose idea of a good time isn't compulsive shopping. [Money Talks News]

Great Budget-Friendly Ways to Invest in Great Health — The chemicals in a lot of cleaning and skincare products can be hazardous to your long-term health. Use more natural alternatives — you can even make your own! [Money Bulldog]

Thinking about buying an Apple Watch? There's a cheaper alternative out there — The Pebble Time has a rich set of features and available apps, and it's almost $200 cheaper than the Apple Watch. [The Monitor]

Love Playing the Lottery? Here Are 12 Facts That May Surprise You — Many financial advisers encourage winners to wait and weigh their options before claiming a the money. Since the average time a person has to claim a ticket is 6 months to a year, it doesn't hurt to think about it first. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Other Essential Reading

5 Ways to Save Money on Shaving – Don't let your razor blades stay wet, as that will corrode and make the dull. Clean your blades and blow dry until all moisture is gone or wipe it down with a towel. []

How To Be a Better Listener — You can be a better listener by learning about the process involved in listening and knowing the different types and styles of listening. [Sources of Insight]

How to Create a Productive Work Environment — If you work area has windows, consider opening one or two on a regular basis. If not, go outside for a walk during your break to get your daily dose of fresh air. It'll do wonders for a groggy mind! [The Order Expert]

Tips For Couponing At Kroger — You can load digital coupons to your store rewards card, which helps you save time and paper. [Bargain Briana]

4 Ways to Increase Daily Productivity (Without Working Any Harder) — If your work is mostly online, slow Internet speeds can really bog you down. It might be worth it to spend a little more on faster Internet. []

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