Best Money Tips: Best and Worst States for Saving Money

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on the best and worst states for saving money, how to retire without debt, and exercises that you can do anywhere.

Top 5 Articles

The best (and worst) states for saving money and getting ahead 2015 — The Dakotas and North Carolina are the top states for saving. [Get Rich Slowly]

Top 3 Tips for Retiring Without Debt — Keep to a modest lifestyle in middle age. Avoiding lifestyle creep will make your retirement more financially secure. [SmartAsset]

10 'Anywhere Exercises' to Keep You in Shape on the Road — Burpees are one of the most effective exercises for full body activation, and you can do them pretty much anywhere! [Cheapism]

How to Save Money on Your Food Bill: 15 Tips to Try Without Getting Extreme! — Learn the layout of your grocery store, and organize your shopping list by aisle for faster, more organized shopping. [More With Less Today]

9 Things You Can Do to Live a Happier Life, According to Science — According to a study in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, having a pet will increase your self-esteem, feeling of belonging, and meaning of your existence. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Other Essential Reading

5 Budget-Saving Tips for Your Home Renovation Project — Don't have a lot of space? Position your furnishings against walls or corners to give the impression of a wider room. [The Frugal Toad]

How to Find a Free Swimming Pool this Summer — Check out websites like to find public pools in your area. [Don't Pay Full]

Alternative Uses for Office Stuff — Use shredded paper to stuff packages! [Shoplet]

The Day I Quit My Job to Pursue My Passion: 6 Tips on When to Quit Your Job — You can quit your day job and build your ideal career from scratch, but know that it will be extremely hard work. Alternatively, you can begin the transition while you're still at your job and quit when you're ready. [Personal Excellence]

How to Talk to Kids About the Bill Cosby Accusations — Answer any questions honestly and thoughtfully. This may be a good opportunity to start discussions about difficult topics like drug use, date rape, and crimes against women. [Parenting Squad]

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