Best Money Tips: Stop Making These Impulse Buys Now

By Amy Lu on 9 November 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on impulse buys to watch out for, holiday gifts that you can buy during Black Friday, and time management tools that you already have at home.

Top 5 Articles

10 Impulse Buys We Need to Stop Making Right Now — It's easy to buy something you don't need when there's a SALE sign next to it. [SheBudgets]

Nine holiday gifts you can buy during Black Friday — Keep an eye out for these gift-worthy products during Black Friday. [The Monitor]

7 Time Management Tools You Can Find in Your Home — The sleep function on a radio alarm clock or TV can help you track — or limit — the time you spend on your devices. [The Order Expert]

How Starbucks is Honoring Our Nation's Heroes This Veteran's Day (and How You Can, Too!) — On November 11, veterans, active duty military, and any military spouse can go to Starbucks and received a free tall coffee. [PopSugar Smart Living]

5 Ways to Preserve Your Digital Photos — You can save copies of your favorite images on an external hard drive. For another layer of protection, keep the hard drive in a fireproof safe.  [The Allstate Blog]

Other Essential Reading

5 Items You Can Get for Incredibly Cheap at College Surplus Sales — Fans of thrift shops will love college surplus stores, where you’ll find great deals on furniture, computers and hardware, and even sports equipment. [Penny Hoarder]

10 Reasons Why You Can Cut the Cable Cord Now — Over 100 cable channels are available through streaming apps. [Your Smart Money Moves]

3 Ways to Turn Your Closet into Cash – You’ll likely get the best returns when you sell your gently used or never worn clothing through a local consignment store. [Everything Finance]

5 Ways To Break The Addiction To Multitasking — Turn off email notifications. Constant updates will only distract you from the task at hand. [Life Upgrade]

2 Quick Exercises to Quiet the Negative Self-Talk in Your Head — As soon as a negative thought crosses your mind, write it down and get it out of your head. Figure out what the trigger was and write that down, too. [Marc & Angel Hack Life]

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