Best Money Tips: Change Your Life With a Proactive Bucket List

By Amy Lu on 7 August 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on why you need a proactive bucket list, how to naturally colorfast your clothes, and affordable gadgets for fitness lovers.

Top 5 Articles

How a Proactive Bucket List Can Change Your Life — A proactive buckets list focuses on things that can't be bought with money. They're things that you can accomplish by spending time and energy. [The Simple Dollar]

How to Naturally Colorfast Your Clothes For Longer Life — This technique will keep your clothes, towels, and rugs as bright as the first day you got them — no harsh chemicals needed. [PopSugar Smart Living]

10 Affordable Gadgets For Fitness Lovers — These gadgets offer unique ways to help you to get in shape. [Don't Pay Full]

5 Questions You Need To Ask Before Taking A Risk — Ask yourself if you're fully committed to taking this risk. Will you follow through with your decision? You'll be wasting your time if you approach it half-heartedly. [Dumb Little Man]

21 Warning Signs You’re Financially Unstable — Are you in mortal fear of losing your job? [Good Financial Cents]

Other Essential Reading

6 Mistakes of New Earners and How to Fix Them — You may be tempted to buy a new work wardrobe and new furniture for your new apartment all at once — but you can afford it? Buy the essentials first and get the rest later when you have room in your budget. [My Dollar Plan]

How to Help Loved Ones Manage Their Money — Understand the legal duties that come with a power of attorney. [Clever Dude]

5 Simple Ways to Lower Your Housing Expenses — Reassess your insurance and tax, and ask about any discounts that you may qualify for. [Reach Financial Independence]

Does Your Home’s Color or Material Affect the Temperature Inside? — The paint color can affect heat absorption. Light-colored paint can help reflect heat away from the home! [The Allstate Blog]

5 Tips to Make Your Child Behave — Tell your children exactly what is expected of them and why. "Because I say so" won't cut it! [Parenting Squad]

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