Best Money Tips: Tips to Increase Productivity
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on increasing productivity when working from home, lessons learned from Depression-era parents, and what to do with a busted smartphone.
Top 5 Articles
14 Tips to Increase Productivity and Avoid Distractions When Working at Home — To stay productive when working at home, use a dedicated browser and create set hours. [Money Crashers]
49 Lessons Learned From Depression-Era Parents — Turning off the TV and ditching your landline are just a couple lessons you can learn from people who lived in the Depression. [PopSugar Smart Living]
What can you do with a busted smartphone? — If your smartphone is broken, consider using it as a white noise machine. [Bargaineering]
6 Smart Ways to Spend Your Tax Refund — Consider using your tax refund to refinance your mortgage. [SmartAsset Blog]
5 Ways to Keep Your Passport Safe — Keep your passport safe by not taking it with you unless you have to and keeping a photocopy of it. [Money Talks News]
Other Essential Reading
10 Tips to Starting a Service Business Side Hustle — If you want to start your own service business side hustle, advertise that you are available and under-promise while over-delivering. [Budgeting in the Fun Stuff]
5 Spring Travel Destinations On Sale — Chicago and New York are a couple spring travel destinations that are on sale now! [Kiplinger]
Free St. Patrick's Day Printables — Spoonful and ABC Teach have some great printables you can use for your St. Patrick's Day celebrations! [Inkjet Willy]
Tips for Spring Cleaning Your Finances — Spring clean your finances by going paperless and setting up automatic transfers. [Credit Sesame]
10 Healthy (and Green) St. Patrick's Day Foods That Are Fun For the Whole Family — Cucumber Tea sandwiches and spinach banana muffins are just a couple fun St. Patrick's Day foods to give your family today! [Parenting Squad]
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