Best Money Tips: How to Make Friends

By Amy Lu on 16 February 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on how to make friends, trendy workouts that you can do for less, and ways to improve your morning.

Top 5 Articles

How to Make Friends — Put out a positive energy. People want to be around others who are excited about life and shows an interest in the world. [Zen habits]

14 Trendy Workouts You Can Do for Less — Whether you want to do MMA, hot yoga, or even group classes, you can do them all without spending a fortune. [Cheapism]

Make Mornings Suck Less With These 9 Tips — Get feel-good playlist running in the background as you start your day. [PopSugar Smart Living]

10 Money Mistakes That Can Ruin A Marriage — Ignoring conflicting spending habits can lead to arguments over purchases. [Saving Dollars & Sense]

8 Carry Out Items You Shouldn’t Throw Away — Some takeout orders are packed in durable plastic containers. Wash them out and use them to store leftovers, lunch items, or crafting supplies. [A Few Shortcuts]

Other Essential Reading

Five Strategies for Avoiding (or Talking Yourself Out of) Hasty Purchases — When you go to a hobby store, whether it's a brick-and-mortar store or an online shop, go with a specific purpose in mind. Don't go unless there is something you intend to buy. [The Simple Dollar]

Spring is Here: Get Your Home Ready! — Prepare for spring by following these home maintenance tips! [The Allstate Blog]

Five Money Saving Tips for the 21st Century — Debit and credit cards are super convenient, but it's easy to lose track of how much you've been spending when the money isn't tangible. Using cash for everyday spending can help you stick to your budget. [Financially Poor]

How to Start Investing Even When You’re Almost Broke — No amount is too little! Even if you only have $20 left over each month, it's enough to start saving for retirement. [Money Q&A]

6 Ways to Prevent Your Child From Fearing the Dentist — Take turns playing dentist and patient with your child. The role-playing will give your kiddo an idea of what a dental visit will be like. [Parenting Squad]

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