Best Money Tips: 5 Ways to Actually Enjoy Saving Money

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on ways to actually enjoy saving money, smart ways to save on holiday gifts, and little-known secrets to achieve big dreams.

Top 5 Articles

Saving Money: 5 Ways to Actually Enjoy Doing It — Turn money management into a game. Challenge yourself to spend a little less money than you spent the day before. [Money Strands]

5 Smart Ways to Save on Gifts This Christmas — Take advantage of store card perks, memberships, vouchers, discounts, and reward points that you have racked up over the past year. [Money Q&A]

Got Big Dreams? Here Are 6 Little Known Secrets to Achieve Them — It takes time to achieve big dreams. Know where you are now and what it'll take to get where you want to be, then track your progress as you work toward your dream. [Leading Edge Advocate]

25 Ways to Conserve Water & Save Money on Your Water Bill — Washing fruits and water under running water is wasteful. Instead, fill a pan or bowl with water and clean your produce there. [Money Pantry]

Now is the time to start buying Christmas decorations — There are great deals right now on artificial trees, Christmas lights, and holiday décor. [The Monitor]

Other Essential Reading

How Much Is Your Busy Lifestyle Costing You? — When you're always on the run, you might neglect necessary maintenance of your home, car, and even your body. [Five Cent Nickel]

How Being Lazy Can Be The Best Thing For You — When you need a spark of creativity, let your mind wander. A meditative state allows your brain to form new connections, find solutions, and develop new ideas. [Change Your Thoughts]

How to Wisely Use the Internet to Serve Your Financial Planning Needs — The Internet is a good place to do a little research before you meet with a financial professional. Odds are, you'll come across contradictory advice; write down your questions so you know what you want cleared up. [Kiplinger]

5 Ways To Get More Done By Working Less — Be careful and deliberate about the projects you take on. You actually get more done when you focus on a few things rather than trying to do everything. [Stack The Chips]

How Much Do You Need To Save Up To Quit Your Job? — Conventional wisdom says you should save at least 6 months' worth of living expenses before you quit your job. [Current on Currency]

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