Best Money Tips: Where to Find the Cheapest Holiday Gifts



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Welcome to Wise Think's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on where to find the cheapest holiday gifts, how to not freak out over a canceled flight, and gift ideas for people who have everything.

Top 5 Articles

Where to Find the Cheapest Holiday Gifts — You can find cheap gifts at dollar stores and thrift shops. [US News and World Report]

Canceled Flight? How Not to Freak Out — To avoid freaking out if your flight is canceled, ask for a voucher. [PopSugar Smart Living]

9 Great Gift Ideas for People Who Have Everything — Having trouble picking the perfect gift for someone who already has everything? Get him or her art, cooking, or dance lessons! [Len Penzo dot Com]

Use These Packing Hacks on Your Next Business Trip — When packing for a business trip, wrap your shoes in a shower cap. [Lifehacker]

Funny Money: Dirty Tricks to Help you win on Black Friday — If you want to get really cut throat this Black Friday (probably not recommended), case the stores ahead of time. [Money Under 30]

Other Essential Reading

7 Little-Known Ways to Conquer Your Fear of Public Speaking — Conquer your fear of public speaking by giving your audience a handout. [Dumb Little Man]

7 Reasons to Stop Proving Yourself to Everyone Else — You should stop trying to prove yourself to everyone else because you are the only person who can change your life. [Marc and Angel Hack Life]

8 Tips to Help You Get More Reading Done — If you want to get more reading done, always have reading material with you. [Time Management Ninja]

Secrets of a Secret Shopper — Did you know secret shoppers can make anywhere from $2 to $600? [And Then We Saved]

7 Sanity-Saving Tips for Grocery Shopping With Your Kids — When grocery shopping with your kids, keep your sanity by channeling your inner Mary Poppins. [Parenting Squad]


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