Best Money Tips: Big Decisions You Must Get Right to Get Rich

By Amy Lu on 1 May 2018 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on big money decisions you have to get right to get rich, practical ways to simplify meals, and environmentally friendly products that also save you money.

Top 5 Articles

6.5 Big Money Decisions You MUST Get Right to Get Rich — You won't need to worry about having enough money for your daily coffee habit if you get these key money decisions right. [Wallet Hacks]

13 Practical Ways to Simplify Meals — Creating complicated meals with hard to find ingredients may not be the most realistic approach when you're raising a small tribe. Check your expectations, and make sure they work for your family. [Raising Simple]

Environmentally Friendly Products that Actually Save you Money — These products can help you reduce your negative impact on the planet and save money in the long run. [20 Something Finance]

How to Tackle the Trickiest Home Cleaning Tasks in 10 Minutes or Less! — Learn the best way to remove stains on your carpet, clean your microwave, defrost your freezer, and other tough cleaning tasks. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Financial Advice for Military Families — Join Experian's #CreditChat tomorrow at 3 p.m. ET for a discussion on financial advice for military members and their families. [Experian]

Other Essential Reading

Automakers embrace robots that assist, not replace, human workers — Carmakers are increasingly using collaborative robots in their factories to reduce strain on human workers and improve quality and consistency. [The Christian Science Monitor]

Creating the Time to Do What You Love Every Day — Commit to doing something that you love for 30 minutes each day — life is too precious NOT to! [zen habits]

Stoicism For Dealing With Stressful Situations — A moment of stoicism can help you get through a stressful situation. [Change The Code]

6 Things You Shouldn’t Put Off Until Tomorrow — It's easy to procrastinate when you don't want to do a task, but it's a really bad idea to put off these financial to-do's. [Everything Finance]

17 Ways to Stay Healthy on a Budget — Some fruits and vegetables may be organically grown, but their farmers chose not to be certified organic because of the added red tape and expenses. Organic produce from these farmers are just as good as the certified variety and often cost less. [Pocket Your Dollars]

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