Best Money Tips: Simple Hacks to Make Your Stuff Last Longer

By Amy Lu on 26 January 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles simple ways to make your stuff last longer, how to keep your kitchen germ-free, and success lessons from Bill Gates.

Top 5 Articles

20 Simple Hacks to Make Your Stuff Last Longer — Dry soap will last longer, so let a new bar of soap sit out for a few weeks before you use it. [Money Talks News]

3 Essential Ways to Keep Your Kitchen Germ-Free — You can reduce the chance of contamination by using different cutting boards for meat and produce. [Mama of 3 Munchkins]

9 Powerful Success Lessons From Bill Gates — Don't waste your limited resources. Assess the opportunities that come your way and pick best ones to pursue. [Life Optimizer]

13 Crazy Things You Never Knew About Ikea — Thanks to increased efficiency, Ikea has lowered its prices by an average of 2-3 percent every year since 2000. [PopSugar Smart Living]

3 Quick Tips to Save Hundreds of Dollars — Installing price comparison software will make it easy for you to find the price on everything you buy. [Daily Worth]

Other Essential Reading

5 Reasons Getting a Large Tax Refund Is Bad — You may be more inclined to spend, rather than save, a large lump sum that seems to have fallen into your lap. [Free From Broke]

3 Ways to Take Your Business to the Next Level This Year — Outsourcing some of your mundane tasks, like payroll and routine email, will boost your productivity. [Personal Dividends]

6 Fat Burning Foods for a Killer Flat Stomach — Snack on nuts to feel full through the day. They contain good fats that help you burn the bad fat. [Redesign My Existence]

Baby-Food Jars Handy for More Than Food — They're the perfect size for storing small household items like rubber bands, twist ties, paper clips, and toothpicks. [Frugal Village]

Super Fun Super Bowl Snacks Kids Will Love — Football-shaped pizza pockets, filled with your favorite toppings, are easy, delicious, and healthier than delivery. [Parenting Squad]

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