Best Money Tips: The Best and Worst Deals at Costco

By Amy Lu on 4 September 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on the best and the worst of Costco, a guide to tipping, and how to have wrinkle-free clothes without ironing.

Top 5 Articles

The Best and Worst Deals at Costco — Costco's rotisserie chicken is affordable, versatile, and tasty to boot! [Million Dollar Journey]

A How-To Guide to Modern Tipping — Always check the tipping policy at salons and spas; gratuity may already be included in your bill. If it isn't, tip 15-20% of your total. [MintLife]

Never Iron Again! 6 Ways to Have Wrinkle-Free Clothes Without Ironing — Need to spot-iron? Dampen the wrinkled areas with water and gently blow-dry on low heat. [PopSugar Smart Living]

10 Hilarious Things People Have Done For Free Stuff — One woman licked the grill of a car that was covered in chocolate to win the car. [SheBudgets]

13 Ways to Move More Throughout the Day (Even While at Work) — Create a dynamic workstation where you can kneel, lie down, stand up, sit down, and walk around. [Mark's Daily Apple]

Other Essential Reading

4 Tips to Kick a Bad Spending Habit — Pick up a hobby. When you're doing something you love, you'll spend less time on the Internet and in front of the TV, where advertisers try to hook you in. [My Dollar Plan]

10 Tricks Online Marketers (and Other Scammers) Use to Extract Your Money — The 30-day money-back guarantee isn't much of a guarantee, especially since it's unlikely you'll know within that timeframe whether you want to get a refund. [The Simple Dollar]

5 Questions to Ask When You Get Stuck On Your Goals — When one plan doesn't work, you'll need to scrap it for another. Are you willing to let go of old expectations and try something different? [Creative Money]

Changing the Social Media Message — If you feel that social media, the Internet, and other media outlets are constantly getting you down, filter out negativity as much as you can. Hide Facebook friends as necessary and avoid tabloid websites. [Aspiring Millionaire]

A Parent's Guide to Audiobooks for Kids — LibriVox is a free, ad-free site with tons of stories read by volunteers. There is an expansive children's section, among others! [Parenting Squad]

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