Best Money Tips: How the Sharing Economy Can Save You Money

By Amy Lu on 6 June 2018 0 comments

Welcome to Kinhxaydung's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on how the sharing economy can save you money, ways to save at Target, and how to take a minimalist approach to work.

Top 5 Articles

— While taking part in the sharing economy can save you a lot of money, it isn't for everyone. [Money Under 30]

— Check your Target receipts for coupons before you toss them out! [PopSugar Smart Living]

— A minimalist office can help you maintain a healthy work-life balance. Start by questioning everything — especially the processes that you don’t actually need. [The Tiny Life]

— While weekly grocery list is necessary for your regular shopping, a monthly list will help you track the staple items that you would want to buy in bulk. [Everyday Finance]

— Social capital is about creating value and a positive impact among your social network. It's something that will bring a lot of value to your life down the road. [Get Rich Slowly]

Other Essential Reading

— The debates over what metaphors to use for the internet show how mental images shape public opinion. [The Christian Science Monitor]

— Eliminate standby power by using smart power strips that will automatically turn off electricity to plugged-in devices when they're not in use. [Mad Money Monster]

— Investing in one thing means you're not investing in something else. Make sure that your returns will be worth giving up on that other opportunity. [Financial Samurai]

— It's important to review your finances regularly to make sure you're on track for your goals and to adjust if necessary. [Couple Money]

— Know that there are no guarantees in life. You'll have an easier time navigating life when you recognize that you will be disappointed sometimes — and that it's normal. [The College Investor]

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