Best Money Tips: How to Wake Up Without Coffee

By Amy Lu on 10 December 2010 (Updated 29 December 2010) 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips roundup! Today, we share simple ways to wake up without the help of stimulants, get your regular dose of culture without spending a lot, protect your kids from identity theft, and more.

Top 5 Articles

How to Wake Up in the Morning Without Stimulants — Wash your face every morning with a rough, wet cloth. It may be uncomfortable at first, but trust me — it works! Lifehacker

How to Feed Your Soul for Cheap: 12 Ways to Enjoy High Culture for Less — Look for specials on ticket prices. Rally your friends for a night at a museum or concert to snag a group discount. Get Rich Slowly

5 Ways to Prevent and Avoid Child Identity Theft: Protection For Your Kids — Don't advertise your kids' names — not on the cute family decals on your vehicle, or on congratulatory signs on your lawn. Money Crashers

Living on One Income: How to Be Financially Prepared — Look for ways to reduce your current budget, even if it looks like one income will cover your living expenses. Not Made of Money

Don't Storm The Fortress To Get A Job — Many companies these days are a lot like medieval fortresses when it comes to hiring. If you want to get in, a head-on attack may not work. Instead, try making contacts within the company. It never hurts to have a few friends on the inside, helping you out. The Wisdom Journal

Other Essential Reading

Gadgets and Hacks To Help Baby Sleep All Night — Keep your baby calm with natural aroma and light therapy.  My Life Scoop

Pros and Cons of Giving Gift Cards This Holiday Season — Giving gift cards can save you money on things like shipping and unwanted gifts…but they may cost you in other ways. Cash Money Life

Six reasons to let it go — Why keep things that are only taking up space? Get rid of what you don't use, need, love, or want. Unclutterer

Greed vs. Ambition: Striking the Right Balance — The desire to make a good living easily turn into flat-out greed if you allow your work-life balance to skew too much to the work side. Darwin's Money via Currency

10 Tax Deductions You Don't Want to Overlook — Did you need to move for a new job? Yep, moving expenses are deductible. Brip Blap

What to Keep in a Safe-Deposit Box — According to Consumer Reports, a safe-deposit box is the place for your most important documents, such as birth and death certificates, marriage licenses, vehicle titles, and life insurance policies. Free Money Finance

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