Best Money Tips: The Definitive Guide to Napping

By Amy Lu on 19 June 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on the best ways to nap, over 50 ways to make extra money this summer, and what you can do about chronic procrastination.

Top 5 Articles

The Definitive Guide to Napping — A 60-minute power nap can boost alertness and performance for up to 10 hours! [Mark's Daily Apple]

51 Great Ways to Make Extra Money This Summer — Take advantage of the summer wedding season by offering your services as a DJ, clean-up crew, or photographer. [Frugal Rules]

What You Never Knew About Procrastination and How to Cure It — If you're a chronic procrastinator, you can set up a reward system to push yourself to do something you dread. [PopSugar Smart Living]

5 Quick Tips for Moving Out on Your Own — When you live on your own, it's easy to get into the routine of just going to work and running errands. Go out, have fun, and get to know your new community! [My Dollar Plan]

How to Repel Bugs Naturally (and Cheaply) — To keep mosquitoes away, consume garlic, apple cider vinegar, and vitamin B1, but stay away from foods with a lot of salt and potassium. [Cheapism]

Other Essential Reading

The 5 Best Things To Buy At Thrift Stores — Thrift stores are great for games and puzzles. Look for classics like Monopoly, Scrabble, Sorry, or Mousetrap — they're usually only $2-$6. [Common Cents Mom]

4 Money Moves To Make When You Turn 40 — Revisit your life insurance policy. Do you need to give it a boost? Convert the term insurance to permanent life insurance? [Your Smart Money Moves]

Awesome Books for Fun With Dad on Father's Day — "Made With Dad" shows you and your kids how to make 50 fun toys with regular household items. [Parenting Squad]

Summer music festivals on the cheap — Big music festivals are quite the experience, but they can easily break your budget if you aren't careful. Odds are, your favorite music acts play at smaller (less expensive) fests, too! [Bargaineering]

Don’t Blow Your Budget On Vacation — Save money on food and experiences by living like a local. [Listen Money Matters]

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