Best Money Tips: 6 Ways to Simplify the Holidays


Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on ways to simplify your life during the holidays, ways for introverts to get their energy back, and phrases that ignite money fights in marriage.

Top 5 Articles

6 Ways to Simplify Your Life During The Holiday Season — Block out quiet time where you're free to do whatever you want…or nothing at all! [Get Organized Wizard]

Ways For Introverts to Get Their Energy Back When Other Humans Suck It Out of Them — Take up a single-person exercise, like yoga, Pilates, or dance. It's good for your body and you don't have to interact with other people to do it. [PopSugar Smart Living]

4 Phrases to Avoid That Ignite Money Fights In Marriage — You may be tempted to say "Fine, you handle it" and tap out, but remember that this is a team effort. If one spouse runs the budget, the other should still check in and be active in the process. [Everybody Loves Your Money]

6 Ways to Have a Great Time at Work — Organize an outing after work to give everyone a chance to bond in a casual setting. [Change Your Thoughts]

37 Ways to Save Money When Moving — Plan the cutoff date for your utilities carefully. Don't pay for an extra month when you don't need to! [Money Pantry]

Other Essential Reading

7 Questions to Ask Before Refinancing Your Mortgage — Answering these questions will help you figure out if refinancing your mortgage is the right move for your situation. [SuperMoney]

Last Minute Christmas Clean Up Checklist — If your guests are about to arrive and you still have cleaning to do, use this checklist to tidy up where it matters. [A Debt Free Mess Free Life]

Caution: 5 Steps to Take Before Buying a Used Car — Have a mechanic inspect the car, and if they sign off on it, inspect it and test drive it yourself. [Dumb Little Man]

4 Tips On Making A Late Career Change — Identify the real issues you're having with your current career and use that knowledge to map out what changes you can make for your next career. [Life Upgrade]

How to Teach Your Child a to Have a Strong Work Ethic — Start laying down the foundation for a good work ethic by helping your kids create a homework routine and a way to organize their workload. [Parenting Squad]

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