Best Money Tips: Ways to Find Happiness in What You Already Have
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on finding happiness in what you already have, eco-friendly wedding DIYs, and times it's OK to be cheap.
Top 5 Articles
40 Little Ways to Find Happiness in What You Already Have — To find happiness in what you already have, exercise your inner power and and give what you have. [Marc and Angel Hack Life]
Eco-Friendly Wedding DIYs — Consider making bottle-cap planters or newspaper bouquets for your wedding. [PopSugar Smart Living]
12 Times It's Okay To Be Cheap — Do you think it's OK to be cheap with prescriptions and contact lens solution? [Wealthy Turtle]
5 Questions To Catalyze Big Change — In order to catalyze big change, ask yourself if you are willing to change. [Dumb Little Man]
9 Money Tips Every College Students Should Know so They Don't Graduate Broke — Every college student should know to build good credit and be aware of identity theft. [Good Financial Cents]
Other Essential Reading
Meal Plan Monday: 3 Tips on Saving Money Using Up Fresh Herbs — Did you know you can freeze fresh herbs? [Money Saving Enthusiast]
5 Keys To Managing A Career Crisis After Graduating College — To manage your career crisis after college, be realistic and remember your long-term goals. [Lifehack]
Tax Refunds Are a Bad Thing — Tax refunds are a bad thing because you've basically lent the government money interest free. [Canadian Finance Blog]
What Documents Should I Shred and What Should I Keep? — It is a good idea to keep your ID and passports. [Lifehacker]
7 Sources of Protein for Kids Who Don't Like Meat — Eggs and green vegetables are good sources of protein for kids who don't like meat. [Parenting Squad]
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