Best Money Tips: Easy Habits That Make You Smarter

By Amy Lu on 8 December 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on habits that will make you smarter, creative DIY Christmas ornaments, and junk around the house that you can sell on eBay.

Top 5 Articles

15 Habits That Will Make You Smarter — Grab a notebook and jot down 10 ideas a day to keep your brain active and healthy. [Life'd]

34 Creative DIY Christmas Ornaments — These unique do-it-yourself ornaments are guaranteed to make your tree pop and sparkle! [PopSugar Smart Living]

Junk Around The House You Can Sell on eBay — You can get decent money for old computer software and driver CDs. [Flipping Income]

5 Ways to Navigate Stressful Situations This Holiday Season — Have an exit strategy in case you need to leave holiday gathering (and the anxiety and stress that comes with it) in a jiffy. [Pick The Brain]

4 Ways to Give Your Bills More Breathing Room — If your bank account takes a heavy hit every month because your bills are all due at the same time, you may want to change some due dates and spread them out to match when you get paid. [Mint Life]

Other Essential Reading

9 Important Money Tasks You Should Do in December — Schedule a physical exam for your annual checkup if you haven't already had one this year. [Ready To Be Rich]

9 Questions to Make Sure You Approach Financial Planning the Right Way — These questions will help you bring clarity to your finances. [Creative Money]

4 Tips for Driving Traffic to Your Blog — Incorporate keywords so that people who are searching for the topics you cover will be able to find you. [Money Mini Blog]

The Simple Path To Part-Time Early Retirement — If early retirement doesn't seem feasible, consider an early retirement that has you working part time on things you love doing for a fraction of your pre-retirement income. [Corporate Monkey]

How to Find a Good Tailor — Before you walk into the shop, call prospective tailors and have a chat about the kinds of alterations they do and how much they charge. You'll get useful information as well as a feel for the tailor's communication and customer service skills. [The Art of Manliness]

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