Best Money Tips: The Worst Things to Buy Online


Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on the worst things to buy online, foods you can grown in your kitchen, and important (but often overlooked) qualities for success.

Top 5 Articles

9 Worst Things to Buy Online — It's best to buy things like furniture and home décor in person so you can verify comfort, quality, and color. [Kiplinger]

10 Foods You Can Grow in Your Kitchen — Scallions and garlic greens can be grown in a glass of water. It doesn't get much easier than that! [Parenting Squad]

10 Important Qualities For Success That Are Often Overlooked — Being curious means that you are eager to learn and explore, which help you find success at what you do. []

5 Things You Can Do To Free Up Some Cash — Start using your car one less day a week. Instead, walk, ride bike, or car pool with someone else. You'll save on gas and spend less from not be out and about. [Northern Cheapskate]

Six things you don't need to buy — You don't need to buy extended warranties on electronics. Electronics today are more reliable than we realize — and your credit card may already extend the manufacturer's warranty. [The Monitor]

Other Essential Reading

13 Crazy Things You Never Knew About Ikea — The world's largest Ikea, in Gwangmyeong, South Korea, is bigger than 11 American football fields! [PopSugar Smart Living]

Top Identity Theft Questions Answered — A credit freeze prevents identity thieves from opening new accounts under your name; it doesn't hurt your credit at all. [Credit Sesame]

10 Tips for Hosting a Budget-Friendly Summer Party — Be ready for mosquitoes, flies, and wasps! Invest in some bug spray, citronella candles, or mosquito-repellent coils — or make your own! [Cheapism]

How To Handle The Competing Demands of Work and Family — An easy way to transition away from your "work" state is by changing into comfy clothes as soon as you get home. [A Debt Free Stress Free Life]

9 Addictions 90% of Us Struggle With — Most of us are more loving to others than we are to ourselves, but in order to take good care of the people we love, we need to take good care of ourselves first. [Marc and Angel Hack Life]

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