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Pharmacies are good places to find medicine and numerous other practical items. However, some things cost much more when purchased at a pharmacy.
Here are 20 things you would be better off buying elsewhere!
Money is one of the most common sources of stress in the United States. In fact, it ranks second only to worries about the future of our nation, according to the American Psychological Association’s annual “Stress in America” survey.
There are plenty of sources of financial stress — from debt to everyday costs to job loss. Like all stress, financial problems can lead to a number of serious health issues. But if you’re strapped for cash, you might not get the care you need because you’re afraid you can’t afford it, said Dr. Mary Gresham, a financial psychologist and founder of Atlanta Financial Psychology. As your health problems worsen, they can become more expensive to treat and put you in more of a financial bind. “It’s kind of a vicious cycle that’s hard to break,” she said.
That’s why it’s important to recognize how financial difficulties can affect your well-being. And remember these maladies affect both men’s health and women’s health.
Click through to learn about health issues that money problems can create and what you can do to deal with your financial stress.
Bad spending habits — most of us have at least a few. In fact, that’s likely why one of the top 2018 New Year’s resolutions is to spend less and save more.
If you’re vowing to rein in your spending this year, you’re probably already aware of some of the common leaks in your budget such as meals out, shopping sprees or — yes — even the daily latte. But you might be doing things you don’t even realize are hurting your finances.
Click through to find out if you have any of these habits — and learn how to finally get rid of them.
You don’t have to spend big bucks to increase your home’s value. In fact, lower-cost home improvement projects, such as a garage door replacement or installing stone veneer siding, tend to return a greater value than more upscale projects. It’s a tip home remodelers learn right away.
If you want to spruce up your home but have a limited budget, there are plenty of inexpensive projects that offer a big payback — and the sooner you do them, the better.
Click through to see 20 ways you can renovate your home for less.