Best Money Tips: 8 Ways to Boost Your Confidence Now

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on ways to instantly boost your confidence, income producing assets that you’ve never heard of, and essential documents for estate planning.

Top 5 Articles

8 Easy Ways to Instantly Boost Your Self-Confidence — Aromas play a huge part in how you feel, so spritz yourself with a scent that makes you feel confident. [PopSugar Smart Living]

7 Income Producing Assets You’ve Never Heard Of — If traditional investment options don't interest you much, you may want to consider these oddball assets that produce cash flow. [Wallet Hacks]

Do It Now: 8 Essential Documents for Estate Planning — Gathering these essential documents will make your estate planning a whole lot easier. [Money Talks News]

7 Life-Changing Perspectives To Overcome Your Family’s Obsession with Stuff — Buying more hobby supplies won't help you enjoy it more. You're often better off improving your skills rather than simply buying more equipment. [Becoming Minimalist]

$20 Dinner Date Night Tips — Skip the restaurant dessert. Instead, pick up something sweet from a drugstore or grocery store on your way home. [The Frugal Girl]

Other Essential Reading

Trail Sisters want more women hiking on trails — Female park rangers are leading groups of women and girls on hikes to help them feel more comfortable on the trails. [The Christian Science Monitor]

How to Pay off Debt Fast on a Low Income: 6 Ways to Kill Debt for Good — Identify your spending triggers and avoid problematic situations where you'll be tempted to spend money. [Frugal Rules]

What You Need to Know About Leasing a Vehicle — Leasing car can make sense if you like to drive new cars without the cost or commitment of buying. [Centsibly Rich]

 Why Financial Flexibility is the Next Best Thing to Financial Independence — If financial independence is a long way off, you can take heart in your progress toward financial flexibility. [Pretend To Be Poor]

Military Saves Week: The Importance of an Emergency Fund for Military Personnel — Join Experian's #CreditChat tomorrow at 3 p.m. ET for a discussion on why it’s especially important for military service members to have an emergency fund. [Experian]

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