Best Money Tips: Green Habits of Thrifty People

By Amy Lu on 19 February 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on the green habits of thrifty people, how to be more productive with the 10 minute rule, and why restaurants don't want you to order dessert.

Top 5 Articles

10 Green Habits of Thrifty People — Thrifty people turn off lights when they don't need them, saving energy and reducing energy costs. [The Northern Cheapskate]

Productivity Hack: The 10 Minute Rule — Allowing yourself only 10 minutes to do each item on your to-do list will help you reevaluate how you handle these tasks. [Ridiculously Efficient]

Why Restaurants Don't Want Customers Ordering Dessert — Restaurants see a bigger profit when they turn over a table than when diners order dessert. [The Monitor]

5 Cheap Ways to Decorate Your Home for Spring — Use a few bright throw pillows to accessorize your chairs or couch. [CouponPal]

How to Relieve Financial Stress: A Four-Step Plan — Once you have admitted that you have financial problems, open up to your spouse or a friend about it. Ask for help. [Smarty Cents]

Other Essential Reading

12 Things You Need to Stop Paying For — If you have a smartphone, you can use a free texting app instead of paying for a text plan. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Prepare Your Taxes Using This Detailed Guide for Getting Organized — Use a tax checklist to make sure you have all the documents you need. If you're still waiting on a form, make a note of it! [Careful Cents]

7 Factors That Affect Car Insurance Rates — Living in a crowded neighborhood means more opportunities for a fender bender, which can drive up your premiums. [Cash The Checks]

How to Save a Ton of Money on Clothes — You'll find great deals on clothing around holidays and when the seasons change. It's even better if you combine sales with coupons! [Cult of Money]

8 Things to Say & Ask Your Child Every Day — Ask them questions that will spur their thinking and allow them to see how their actions affect others. [Parenting Squad]

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