Best Money Tips: Working Out During the Holidays
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on working out during the holidays, kicking bad habits to the curb, and teaching kids about giving back.
Top 5 Articles
Five Creative Holiday Workouts — Instead of running off to a workout by yourself, suggest a family game of football, soccer, or basketball. [Financial Samurai]
5 Websites That Will Pay You to Kick Your Bad Habits — With Earnedit.com, you can earn points when you exercise, then redeem the points for gift certificates and prizes. [The Penny Hoarder]
Teaching Children to Give Back This Holiday Season — Pick a volunteer or giving opportunity where the kids can see their actions having a real impact. [Parenting Squad]
How to Check Out a Business to Avoid Getting Ripped Off — Google "[state] corporation search" to look up the company's registration info. [Credit.com]
8 Things You Shouldn't Do at Your Company Holiday Party — Don't bring office gossip or work complaints to the party…where others can easily overhear! [SavvySugar]
Other Essential Reading
Financial Mistakes That Hurt Your Credit Score — Try not to have only one type of credit — credit bureaus like variety. [Not Made of Money]
Whose Goals Are You Really Chasing? — Think about your goals and make sure they're actually what you want for yourself. [Dumb Little Man]
7 Tips For Buying Insurance Policies — Get a feel for an insurance company's customer service by researching consumer complaints. [Generation X Finance]
How to freelance over Christmas — Stay productive over the holidays and take the time to rewrite your CV. [Totally Money]
What Dr. Seuss Can Teach Us About Money, Finance & Business — The Lorax shows how important it is to treat the world and its resources with respect. [The Digerati Life]
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