Best Money Tips: How to Simplify Your Life in 2017

By Amy Lu on 6 January 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on ways to simplify your life in 2017, how to meet your fitness goals without busting your budget, and a warning to online shoppers about a new scam.

Top 5 Articles

7 Ways to Simplify Your Life in 2017 — It's easy to feel guilty and overwhelmed when to take on too much and can't get it all done. You'll feel more satisfied if you tackle — and accomplish — doable projects, one at a time. [Parenting Squad]

How to Accomplish Your Fitness Goals Without Busting Your Budget — Focus on doing more physical activity, but don't force yourself to go to the gym if it isn't your thing. You can take daily walks, do workouts from YouTube videos at home, or use a fitness app to help you set a routine and stick to it. [Everything Finance]

After Holiday Online Sale Shoppers Beware: Fake Apps and Scams Are Out There — Learn how to spot these fake shopping apps that are designed to look like authentic apps from well-known retailers. [One Smart Dollar]

Garage Sale Advertising: 6 Ways to Promote the Hell out of Your next Yard Sale — Use both the Internet and print publications to advertise your garage sale.  [Money Pantry]

8 Easy Ways to Organize and Simplify Your Bills — Create a separate email address for your bills and accounts. This way, bills won't get lost among all the other emails in your inbox. [My Dollar Plan]

Other Essential Reading

7 Ways to Make Your Commute More Enjoyable — Step outside your comfort zone and strike up a conversation with someone while you're getting coffee or riding the bus. [PopSugar Smart Living]

3 Types Of Retirement And Their Very Different Savings Strategies — A traditional retirement savings approach may not be the best strategy for you if you don't plan on retiring full time. [Nerd's Eye View]

8 Lifehacks to Help You Save Money as a Student — If you need a storage unit to hold your stuff while you're on break over the summer, share the space and the cost with friends or housemates. [Money Mini Blog]

4 Tips for Couples Who Aren’t Financially Compatible — Don't shy away from discussing finances, especially if you plan to share a life together. It's important that you're both on the same page, but remember that you don't have to have identical views on money to be compatible. [Current on Currency]

11 simple tips to crush it financially this year — Learn new skills or take on new hobbies that will help you save money. [Stealthy and Wealthy]

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