Best Money Tips: Bring Your Life in Balance
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on bringing your life into balance, finishing what you start, and money saving tips for the holidays.
Top 5 Articles
7 Powerful Actions to Bring Your Life in Balance Today — Bring balance into your life by listening to the people around you. [Change Your Thoughts Change Your Life]
Finish What You Start — Make sure you finish what you start by figuring out how to track your progress. [Get Rich Slowly]
Money saving tips for the holidays — Save mone this holiday season by buying in bulk. [Bucksome Boomer]
Five Retirement Surprises — When you retire, it helps to keep a routine. [Free Money Finance]
Holiday Tipping Guide: 2011 — This holiday season, remember to tip your gardener the cost of one visit. [MintLife Blog]
Other Essential Reading
Parenting Squad Holiday Guide: 10 Gift Ideas for the Person Who Has Everything! — If you are shopping for someone who seems to have everything, consider getting them a gift card to their favorite restaurant. [Parenting Squad]
7 Savvy Tasks to Do in December — This December, remember to plan for upcoming expenses. [SavvySugar]
9 Money Saving Reasons To Garden! — One benefit of gardening is that you can sell your extra fruits and veggies at the local farmers market. [The Millionaire Nurse Blog]
5 Reasons Not to Apply for Store Cards — Don't sign up for store credit cards. They don't always have the best terms. [GetDebtHelp.org]
8 Ways to Reduce your Gasoline Consumption — Reduce your gasoline consumption by making sure your tires are properly inflated. [Financially Poor]
News & Events
Money Crashers Tweetchat (#MCchat) — Don't miss Money Crashers weekly tweetchat at 1pm PST! They will be giving away prizes!
Money Go Round Carnival — Be sure to check out the Money Go Round Carnival, published on Sunday!
Consumerism Commentary Podcast — Also, tune into the Consumerism Commentary Podcast. This week, Bryan J Busch will be interviewing the author of Shiny Objects, James Roberts. You won't want to miss it!
Be sure to check out our News & Events Calendar to see all the awesome upcoming events in the personal finance world!
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