Best Money Tips: Ways to Save Money With Social Media

By Amy Lu on 28 October 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found ways to use social media to save money, how to set up your own haunted house, and tips to simplify time management.

Top 5 Articles

Ten ways social media can save you money — Retailers often offer exclusive deals for their Facebook followers. Sharing a piece of content or completing a survey can get you 5-10% off! [The Monitor]

How to DIY a Haunted House — Create spooky atmosphere with fan-powered drafts, creepy music, and the occasional pile of dry leaves or peanut shells on the ground to surprise your exploring guests. [PopSugar Smart Living]

7 Tips to Keep Your Time Management Simple — Do things that the same time every day. It's much easier to get things done when it's part of your daily routine. [Time Management Ninja]

Spending Money to Save Money: Home Edition — Spending a few hundred dollars on good insulation can save you thousands on heating over one winter. [Everybody Loves Your Money]

How To Save Money On Haircuts And Hair Color — Get your haircuts and coloring done at a local hair school or beauty academy. You'll see high-end results at a fraction of the price. [The Centsible Life]

Other Essential Reading

How to Peel All Those Annoying Foods That Are Hard to Peel — Learn how to peel a mango in 8 seconds flat! [SheBudgets]

Why Switching to an Autumn Diet is Smart for Your Taste Buds and Your Wallet — Produce that you buy in season tends to be cheaper and tastier. [Lazy Man and Money]

5 Things You Should Know About Inheriting Money — You might be sharing your inheritance with other family members. Have open conversations about how the assets will be split — before the death, if possible — so that everyone is on the same page. [DailyWorth]

Finishing tasks: The key to less mess in your home — An activity like dinner, a shower, playtime, etc. isn't over until all the tools and equipment — dishes, towels, toys — are back where they belong and ready for the next use. [Unclutterer]

How Young is Too Young for Cosmetics? — When your child starts expressing an interest in cosmetics, it's important to have a conversation about why they want to wear makeup. [Parenting Squad]

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