Best Money Tips: 70+ Healthy Habits That Make You Feel Good

By Amy Lu on 22 February 2018 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on healthy habits that make you feel good, ways to improve your life with apple cider vinegar, and how to protect yourself from fake social media accounts.

Top 5 Articles

74 Healthy Habits That Will Improve Your Overall Well-Being and Make You Feel Good — A healthier lifestyle starts with healthy habits that nourish your body, mind, and relationships. []

46 Ways Apple Cider Vinegar Can Improve Your Life — Apple cider vinegar is great to have around for the many benefits to your health and home. [More With Less Today]

Protecting Yourself From Fake Social Media Accounts — Learn how to spot fake social media accounts and what to do if someone pretends to be you on social media. [Dumb Little Man]

The 9 Best Cruise Lines in the World — Find Out Which One Is Best For You — There's a cruise line for every kind of traveler, including vacationers on a budget. [PopSugar Smart Living]

11 Super Simple Money Moves to Grow Your Wealth Today — No matter your financial situation, there is always something you can do to improve it. [Frugal Rules]

Other Essential Reading

Frugal Hacks For A Fabulously Fun Weekend — Fun doesn't have to cost a lot — or anything at all! Enjoy yourself to the fullest this weekend with these frugal hacks. [Mad Money Monster]

A Practice For When You Find Yourself Annoyed by Other People — When someone irritates you, instead of trying to change them (you often can't), you can deal with it my making an internal shift. [zen habits]

7 Office Distractions that Slow Down Your Productivity (and How to Fight Against Them) — Most people spend 60 percent or less of available work time actually working. Recognizing the most common office distractions and how to knowing how to deal with them will help you become more productive. [LifeDev]

Your Life, Your Rules – Why Happiness Shouldn’t Feel Like Hard Work — You don't have to work yourself to the ground to be happy and get what you want. [Pick The Brain]

Whose nature? Colorado leads push to democratize the outdoors. — Public spaces should belong to everyone, but in reality, many low-income and minority children grow up feeling like nature is not a place for them. [The Christian Science Monitor]

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