Best Money Tips: 12 Strategies to Simplify Your Finances

By Amy Lu on 30 June 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on ways to simplify your finances, how to cook a pig in the ground Hawaiian style, and the keys to getting better results.

Top 5 Articles

12 Strategies I Use to Keep My Finances as Simple as Possible (While Still Achieving Financial Success) — Withdraw a set amount of money each month for your "fun" spending. This makes it very hard to go over your budget on entertainment, hobbies, and incidental spending. [The Simple Dollar]

How to Cook a Pig in the Ground, Hawaiian Style — Cooking a pig in the ground is not easy, but it's well worth the effort. Follow these steps for a delicious pork feast! [The Art of Manliness]

25 Keys to Getting Better Results — It's important to be both effective and efficient. If something doesn't work, change your approach until it does — then work on improving your efficiency. [Sources of Insight]

8 Ways to Save on Summer Fashion — Chat up customer service, in-store and online, to learn about discounts that you didn't know about. [Saving Dollars & Sense]

Down on Your Luck? Take a Vacation to These Beautiful Destinations — You'll feel like you're in a fairy tale in the French town of Annecy. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Other Essential Reading

How Just Talking About Money Can Raise Your Financial Health Score — Hearing other people's stories and sharing your own is educational for everyone. Conversations about money challenge your perception of personal finance and success. [PT Money]

16 Ways to Raise a Family and Not Go Broke — Raising a family can be expensive, but you can keep it affordable by having a policy of modest holidays and birthdays. Make them memorable, not costly. [Nature Moms Blog]

10 Signs Telling You Should Let Go Of What You Have And Move On — Are you always making excuses for other people's behavior? Do you feel exhausted all the time? [Lifehack]

The Incredible Power of Reframing — When you come across a catastrophic event, it can seem like there isn't anything you can do to make things better. But you can change how you view the situation and find the opportunity in it. [A Daring Adventure]

7 Convincing Reasons for Working as a Freelancer — When you're a freelancer, your schedule is whatever you want it to be. [Dumb Little Man]

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