Best Money Tips: 10 Steps to Financial Freedom After College

By Amy Lu on 2 May 2018 0 comments

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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