Best Money Tips: Fit Fitness Into Your Schedule
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on fitting fitness into your schedule, talking your way to a better raise, and getting your finances in order for 2012.
Top 5 Articles
Too Busy to Exercise? How to Fit Fitness Into Your Busy Schedule — Make sure you fit working out in your schedule by making fitness appointments with yourself. [The Jenny Pincher]
Talk your way to a better raise — To get a better pay raise, prove your worth. [CNN Money]
5 Tips to Get Your Finances in Order for 2012 — To get your finances in order for 2012, create new habits. [Credit Card Finder]
Common Kitchen Mistakes That Cost You Money — Don't scratch your nonstick cookware. Doing so will cost you money. [MintLife Blog]
Improve Your Future in 5 Minutes — Want to improve your future in as little as 5 minutes? Just increase your 401k contribution! [MoneyCrush]
Other Essential Reading
6 Snowy Day Science Experiments — Next time it snows, have a snow day science experiment with your kids and make snow paint. [Parenting Squad]
Office Ettiquette: Bringing Your Lunch to Work — When you bring your lunch to work, be sure to use your usual manners when you eat. [SavvySugar]
Economic Lessons from "Farmville" — If people celebrated working at financial responsibility as much as they celebrate Farmville, savings rates throughout the country would rise significantly. [Free Money Finance]
Claim Your Unclaimed Property — Check out Unclaimed.org to find out if you have unclaimed money! [Thousandaire]
3 Tips to Avoid Financial Analysis Paralysis — To avoid financial analysis paralysis, figure out what you need to focus on first. [Financial Woman]
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