Best Money Tips: Benefits of Thrift Shopping


Welcome to Wise Think's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some fantastic articles on the benefits of thrift shops, ways to challenge yourself every day, and things financially successful people avoid doing.

Top 5 Articles

20 Amazing Benefits of Thrift Shopping You Probably Never Expected — Did you know that when you thrift shop, you may discover designer products at a fraction of the price? [Lifehack]

31 No-Brainer Ways to Challenge Yourself Every Day — To challenge yourself each day, take the stairs and talk with a stranger. [POPSUGAR Smart Living]

10 Things Financially Successful People Avoid Doing — Financially successful people tend to avoid overlooking saving in their financial planning and avoid debt. [Super Money]

The Top 8 Budget Vacations for World Travelers — You can get a budget vacation to Argentina for as little as $800 per night. [Len Penzo dot Com]

5 Degrees That Are Worth the Investment — Degrees in graphic design and accounting are may be worth your investment. [Thousandaire]

Other Essential Reading

5 Ways You're Telling People Your Time Isn't Valuable — If you are always reachable, you are telling people your time isn't valuable. [Time Management Ninja]

Six Surefire Ways to Lose an Argument — Yelling at the other person or bringing up past mistakes can cause you to lose an argument. [Dumb Little Man]

12 Common Lies Mentally Strong People Don't Believe — Mentally strong people don't believe that there is no hope or that now is not the right time. [Marc and Angel Hack Life]

Should I Sit, Stand, Run, or Recline at My Desk? — Do you spend lots of time sitting each day? Try to get up hourly and get 30 minutes of exercise each day. [Lifehacker]

10 Ways to Help Avoid Eating Disorders — To help your kids avoid eating disorders, talk and listen to your kids and don't make food the enemy. [Parenting Squad]

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