Best Money Tips: 5 Ways to Get in "The Zone"

By Amy Lu on 30 October 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on ways to get in the zone, how to maximize Social Security benefits, and housekeeping tips for the domestically challenged.

Top 5 Articles

May the Flow Be with You: 5 Ways To Get Into “The Zone” — Avoid losing momentum when you work by keeping your tools within arm's reach. [LifeDev]

How To Maximize Your Social Security Benefits — Learn what you can do to get the most out of your social security benefits. [Kiplinger]

Housekeeping Tips for The Domestically Challenged — Figure out how you want to live. There's no need to aim for perfect if you're happy with less-than-perfect. [A Mess Free Life]

5 Signs That You’re Using Your Bedroom the Wrong Way — Using your bedroom the wrong way can impact the quality of your sleep and can actually make you less productive. [Shopping Kim]

5 Expenses That Vanish During Retirement — When you retire, you no longer need to buy work clothes. T-shirts and jeans tend to be much less expensive than dress shirts and suits. [Money Talks News]

Other Essential Reading

Prepare for the Season With a Cold and Flu Shopping List — Stock up when you're feeling well so that you're as comfy as possible when the cold or flu symptoms hit. [Baby Savers]

7 Customer Service Tips for Business Strategy Success — Customers are the backbone of your business. Take these steps to improve your customer service and help your business grow.  [The Frugal Toad]

Wildfire Evacuation Tips: What Can You Do To Make Sure You’re Ready? — Wildfires can happen anywhere — even in your backyard! Proper planning and following a few simple precautions can do a lot to help you and your family stay safe during a wildfire emergency. [The Allstate Blog]

8 Tips to Keep Your Desk Clutter Free — Don't keep books around your workspace unless you use them daily. Most information can be accessed online. [Time Management Ninja]

New smart locks would allow Amazon to deliver directly into homes — Amazon's new smart lock system aims to address the problem of stolen packages by allowing delivery associates to drop off goods directly in your house. [The Christian Science Monitor]

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