Best Money Tips: 5 Things Everyone Should Splurge On

By Amy Lu on 25 July 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on things everyone should splurge on, tips to reduce food waste, and smart ways to manage your energy.

Top 5 Articles

Top Five Things Everyone Should Splurge On — Don't skimp on your better. Sleeping well is crucial to your health, mood and happiness, so go ahead and splurge on a bed you love. [Shopping Kim]

Stop Throwing Away Money: Tips to Reduce Food Waste — Swap leftovers with a co-worker so you both get to try something new for lunch. [Frugal Village]

5 Ways To Help Manage Your Energy — Choose the right people to work with — those you can help, who want your help, and who value you. [Pick The Brain]

Three Myths About Your 401(k) — The convention is to base your target-date fund on the year you expect to retire, but since people are living longer on average, a fund that you would withdraw in your mid-70s would be able to do more for your money. [The Simple Dollar]

Doing This Simple Thing Today Will Make You a Happier Person — Being selfless activates the part of your brain that is linked to joy. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Other Essential Reading

Money Lessons to Teach Your Kids During the Summer — Join Experian's #CreditChat tomorrow at 3 p.m. ET for a discussion on money lessons you can share with your kids this summer. [Experian]

Road Trip Essentials — Audible is a sanity-saver when you're taking a long road trip. [Fun Happy Home]

7 Tools To Stay Productive Throughout The Day — These apps and tools can help you tackle your daily responsibilities and make the most of your workday. [Cash The Checks]

5 Ways You Are Wasting Money Without Even Realizing It — Bulk deals aren't always the best deals, especially if you don't actually use all that you buy. [Your Smart Money Moves]

Netflix subscribers continue to grow, so why is the company borrowing to pay its bills? — Netflix's programming lineup costs much more money than what subscribers pay for it. [The Christian Science Monitor]

 

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