Best Money Tips: Changes to Make for Everyday Simplicity

By Amy Lu on 8 January 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some helpful articles on changes we can make for everyday simplicity, common calorie myths, and actionable financial tips for millennials.

Top 5 Articles

12 Changes We Can Make to Have Everyday Simplicity — Eat simply: fruits and veggies, fish and meat, dairy products, and other basics. [Dumb Little Man]

7 Common Calorie Myths We Should All Stop Believing — If you want to monitor your food intake, counting calories is not the most accurate way to do it. [Mark's Daily Apple]

29 Actionable Financial Tips That Millennials Need to Take Right Now — The next time you get a windfall — say, a tax refund or bonus check — save it, don't spend it. [Good Financial Cents]

8 Questions to Ask Yourself to Help You Declutter — Do you have another item that serves the same purpose? Yes? Then get rid of one of them today. [PopSugar Smart Living]

In case you missed it: The Surprising Reason You Are Sick, Tired, and Cranky — Vitamin D deficiency from a lack of sun exposure can wreak havoc on your body. For better moods, stronger bones, and higher energy, make sure you get your daily dose of sunlight. [Wise Bread]

Other Essential Reading

5 Ways for Solopreneurs to Make Themselves a Priority in 2015 — Take the time to celebrate your accomplishments, big and small. Have a weekly meeting with yourself to go over all that you've done. [Careful Cents]

How to Make Fresh Pasta — You only need a few basic ingredients (and some patience) to make fresh past — no fancy machine necessary! [The Art of Manliness]

10 Financial Mistakes Too Many Parents Make — Making instant gratification the norm for you child can set them up for unrealistic expectations as they get older. [The Simple Dollar]

Networking Tips for Introverts (and People Who Just Hate Networking) — Asking your new contacts about their companies, and who they'd like to meet to help their businesses, is an easy way for you to seem interested and helpful without doing much talking. [The Allstate Blog]

The Best (and Funniest) New Year Resolutions for Parents — Finding something to do with the 400+ photos on your phone is a worthy endeavor! [Parenting Squad]

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