Best Money Tips: How to Boost Your Wi-Fi Signal at Home

By Amy Lu on 13 June 2018 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on ways to boost your Wi-Fi signal at home, money-saving tips for your next backpacking trip, and ways to stay accountable to your health and fitness goals.

Top 5 Articles

Wi-Fi Weak Spots at Home? Don't upgrade your service! Try these 6 internet boosters. — There are a few simple things you can do to boost your Wi-Fi signal strength without spending much money at all! [Frugal Family Times]

Money-Saving Tips for Your Next Backpacking Trip — Do more on your next backpacking adventure by following these tips! [Femme Frugality]

How to Stay Accountable to Health & Fitness Goals — When it comes to our health and fitness goals, it's important to stay strong, make a plan, and keep ourselves accountable. [My Blissful Space]

8 Sleep Hacks That Will Put You Right to Bed — We tend to sleep better in a cool room, but if your feet are too cold, the blood vessels constrict, retaining heat in your body and making it harder for you to fall asleep. [PopSugar Smart Living]

5 Minute Summer Garden Tasks to Keep Your Garden Growing — Working in your garden in the summer heat can feel like a chore, but you can break down many tasks so that they only take a few minutes to do. [Frugal Family Home]

Other Essential Reading

City Simplified: Slowing Down While Living Fast — It's easy to get stuck in the hustle and bustle of a fast-paced city. Here are a few ways to slow down and really take in the city lifestyle. [No Sidebar]

Where to Buy Cheap Fabric — You can do so much with fabric, even if you don't sew. No matter the project, you can find affordable fabric at garage sales, thrift stores, and certain big box stores. [Little House Living]

Why You Need to Take Safe Web Surfing Seriously — Use these tips to protect yourself and your family on the Internet. [The Frugal Navy Wife]

How to freeze odds and ends without trying too hard — Freezing food doesn't have to be a huge production, especially if you're only dealing with small amounts. [The Frugal Girl]

To avert potential wildfires, officials across Southwest close national forests — As states in the Southwest battle extreme drought, National Forest officials are closing many parks and trails in an effort to resolve ongoing wildfires and prevent more from starting. [The Christian Science Monitor]

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