Best Money Tips: 10 Steps to Financial Freedom After College


Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on the steps to financial freedom after college, little changes that will make you happier, and a look at how much you should spend on a house.

Top 5 Articles

10 Steps to Financial Freedom Post College — Be open to working a job that isn't in your chosen field. By all means keep applying for positions in your field, but the income will help you set up your financial foundation. [Punch Debt]

Little Changes That Will Make You a Happier Person — You don't have to spend a lot of money or change your whole life to be happy. These small changes will make happiness happen! [PopSugar Smart Living]

How Much Should I Spend on a House? — Housing is probably your biggest expense, so it's important to get it right.  [Matt About Money]

6 Things to Skip on Busy Days — On days when you don't have a minute to spare, give yourself permission to skip these tasks without a guilty conscience. [The Seana Method]

Technology's influence reshapes how employers assess job applicants — Companies are looking for applicants who are nimble enough to constantly learn new technologies and apply their skills on the fly. [The Christian Science Monitor]

Other Essential Reading

5 Easy Meals for a Vacation Rental with a Kitchen — These easy meals will allow you to save money, eat healthily, and enjoy your vacation to the fullest! [A Slob Comes Clean]

Simplicity Basics: Slow the Inflow of Noise and Stuff — When you slow down the inflow of stuff, there's less to declutter and you have a better chance of making a difference with your organizing efforts. [Be More With Less]

Surviving Sick Days: Keep the House Running When Mom Is Sick — Here's how to get the rest you need while keeping your household running…mostly. [Organizing Moms]

5-minute clutter clearing tips — Target these key areas of your home to see the most impact. [Karen Kingston]

Everything You Need To Do To Reduce Office Stress — A major source of stress and frustration in the office is technology that doesn't work the way it's supposed to. Keep tech issues to a minimum by investing in good machines and having a tech team available if anything does go wrong. [Steele Organizing]

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