Best Money Tips: Health Hacks for Crazy Busy People

By Amy Lu on 9 December 2014 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some helpful articles on health hacks for crazy busy people, tips to avoid being late, and questions you can to ask to overcome your fears.

Top 5 Articles

5 Health Hacks for Crazy Busy People — If you plan to exercise in the morning, set out your workout clothes the night before. [Pick the Brain]

5 Reasons You're Late — and How to Avoid Them — Random interruptions here and there can really add to the time you spend NOT getting to where you need to be. If a friend calls, talk for a minute and tell her you'll call her back later. And no matter what, don't check your social media accounts while you're getting ready to go. [PopSugar Smart Living]

3 Questions You Need to Ask to Overcome Your Fears — Will your health be at risk if you do what you're afraid to? If the answer is no, go for it! [Dumb Little Man]

How to Change Your Life in Just 2 Minutes a Day: 10 Quick Habits — Feeling stressed? Sit down and focus on your breathing for two minutes. [The Positivity Blog]

How to Shift Your Mindset Toward Saving When You Have a Spending Problem — Does the fear of missing out on anything make you want to spend more? You may find that what you really need is human connection — and you can get that for free. [Ready For Zero]

Other Essential Reading

Financial Planning for Couples: 4 Questions to Get on the Same Page — Ask yourselves, "How can we hold ourselves accountable?" Set up a process that you both agree to, and stick to it. [MoneyNing]

How to Overcome Your Money Mindset Issues If You Grew Up Poor — If you grew up poor, you may feel a loss of control when there is uncertainty. This can lead you to make bad financial decisions, such has opting for immediate gratification instead of long-term return. [PT Money]

What Should You Give Your Clients for the Holidays? — Should you give a virtual gift or a physical one? It depends on your client and their personality, but there are many affordable options for both. [Careful Cents]

Facebook Is Forever: Why You Shouldn't Post Pictures of Your Children — The pictures you upload to Facebook (and the Internet in general) stay there forever — even if you decide to delete them later. [Parenting Squad]

5 Sibling Discounts You Simply Have to Ask For — Most summer camps offer discounts if you're sending two or more kids. (Don't forget to also ask about discounts based on early registration and economic need!) [Bargaineering]

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