Best Money Tips: Habits for Long-Term Happiness

By Amy Lu on 17 October 2014 2 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on habits that create long-term happiness, spending $100 a month on groceries, and survival skills for everyday life.

Top 5 Articles

17 Habits to Create Long-Term Happiness Within You — Don't let social obligation force you into going to places or events you don't want to be. [Pick The Brain]

How to Survive on Only $100 a Month in Groceries — You can save on groceries — and gas! — by checking your weekly ads for price matching opportunities. [Million Dollar Journey]

4 Survival Skills for Everyday Life — Honey contains hydrogen peroxide, which makes it a natural germ-killer and antiseptic for minor cuts and scrapes. [The Allstate Blog]

15 Awesome Adult Uses for Baby Powder — Dripped some grease on your shirt or carpet? Sprinkle baby powder over the area to absorb the oil and refresh the fabric. [PopSugar Smart Living]

How to Instantly Connect With Anyone — A simple smile goes a long way to opening up communication with someone. [Dumb Little Man]

Other Essential Reading

5 Tips for Writing a Winning Cover Letter — Skip long-winded explanations and back stories. Your cover letter should fit on one page. [Financial Highway]

Top 7 Evening Habits of Highly Effective People — Take a few minutes in the evening to plan out what you need to do the next day. [Palchoice]

The Most Productive Thing You Can Do Is Ignore the Numbers — When it comes to investing, having too much data can cause you to panic and stress out when, instead, you can use that time to make more money invest. [Listen, Money Matters]

Your Financial Checklist for Moving Out — Notify your credit card companies, student loan holders, auto loan holders, and any other creditor of your move to make sure you don't miss a payment. [Quizzle Wire]

4 Books to Help Beat the Bullies — Not only does the book "Bully B.E.A.N.S." teaches kids what to do when they are bullied, it also talks about what they can do to help when they see another child being bullied. [Parenting Squad]

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freebird

"The Most Productive Thing You Can Do Is Ignore the Numbers": amen to that-- don't waste your time reading articles with a number in the title.

Ray Jamali's picture

Thanks for including us!