Best Money Tips: Use These Apps to Be More Productive

By Amy Lu on 23 January 2018 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on apps that can make you more productive, tips for mindful consumption, and budget saving trends that don’t work.

Top 5 Articles

6 Apps That Can Make You More Productive — These apps can help you break free from bad habits and bring positive changes to your lifestyle. [Dumb Little Man]

The Best Tips for Mindful Consumption — Mindful consumptions will help you live your best life and leave the world a better place. [Nature Moms Blog]

Budget Saving “Trends” that are Actually Traps — Taking a staycation may actually cause you to spend more money than you would on a trip away from home. [One Smart Dollar]

10 Insanely Affordable European Destinations to Visit This Winter — Take advantage of affordable flights and discounted lodging at these European getaway destinations! [PopSugar Smart Living]

2018 State of Credit — Join Experian's #CreditChat tomorrow at 3 p.m. ET for a discussion on their 8th Annual State of Credit Report. [Experian]

Other Essential Reading

Most Common Financial Mistakes People Make Through Life — People tend to be the most productive in their 30s. Make the most of it by setting and working toward financial goals. [Ready To Be Rich]

5 Reasons You Should Always Be Early — Planning to arrive 10 minutes early will allow you time to make mistakes, like forgetting your keys or getting lost. [Time Management Ninja]

4 Unique Ideas for Your Garage Space — Get creative with your garage space! Turn it into a holiday-themed play area for Halloween, Christmas, and other festive occasions. [Sweet Home Times]

Prep Your House for Snowbird Season — Take these steps to make sure your property is safe and sound while you enjoy warmer weather. [Kiplinger]

They didn't make Amazon's final cut, but these cities still hope to welcome big business — Over 200 cities were knocked out of the running for Amazon's second headquarters, but the failed bids may open up other opportunities. [The Christian Science Monitor]

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