Best Money Tips: The Worst Foods for Your Body

By Amy Lu on 22 September 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on the worst things you can eat, how to get more done today, and cheap ways to get excited for Halloween.

Top 5 Articles

The 10 Worst Things You Can Eat — Most foods are fine in moderation, but these foods should be eaten only occasionally — if at all. [Moms Need to Know]

10 Tips to Get More Done Than You Dreamed Possible Today! — Take care of your body! The better you feel, the more you're able to accomplish. [Seed Time]

23 Cheap Ways to Get Excited For Halloween — Get in the mood by having a horror movie viewing party late at night with friends. [PopSugar Smart Living]

The Most Costly Home Decor Mistakes You Can Make — Unless you really, really love a piece, stay away from trendy items. They'll go out of style in a year and your house will look dated or you'll want to replace everything. [SheBudgets]

Am I Financially Ready to Buy a House? — If you're thinking about homeownership, you'll want to go through this list and make sure everything is in order. [My BankTracker]

Other Essential Reading

3 Ways Not To Lose Yourself While Pursuing Success — Focusing on your goal doesn't mean you have to shut everyone out. Be willing to accept input and help from others. [Dumb Little Man]

14 Small Home Projects That Can Help Seniors Age in Place — Install handrails and safety bars around the toilet and shower/bath to provide extra support and help prevent falls. [Cheapism]

10 People Every Man Should Have in His Rolodex — It's unlikely that off-the-rack clothing will fit you just right, but a good tailor can alter a piece to a perfect fit at reasonable prices. [The Art of Manliness]

The Pros and Cons of Couponing — Coupons can help you save a lot of money, but if you aim to get the most out of this endeavor, you'll have to put a good deal of time and organization into it. [The Frugal Toad]

6 Ways to Create a Quality Learning Environment at Home — Invest in items that will appeal to your child's imagination and are tied in with their interests — like a microscope for science-lovers. [Parenting Squad]

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