Best Money Tips: Habits of Stress-Free People

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on the habits of stress-free people, reasons why you’re always late and how to solve them, and simple ways to motivate yourself.

Top 5 Articles

5 Habits of Stress-Free People — Stress-free people have an outlet for their stress, whether it's exercise, a creative project, or another constructive method that helps them reset. [PopSugar Smart Living]

5 Reasons You Are Always Late (and How to Solve Them) — If searching for your keys, wallet, or phone is making you late, dedicate a place in the house for these items and make sure you set them there when you get home each day. [Time Management Ninja]

27 Smart and Simple Ways to Motivate Yourself — Have a friendly competition with someone who shares your goal to get both of you motivated. [The Positivity Blog]

25 Resources for Breast Cancer Support — These resources offer a wide array of support, information, education, research, and advocacy help for women with breast cancer and their loved ones. [Cheapism]

3 Easy Steps to Clean Your Oven While You Sleep — These three steps make cleaning a gunky, messy oven a cinch! [A Mess Free Life]

Other Essential Reading

35 Ways to Save Money on Groceries — Keep a tally of the cost of your purchases as you shop. This simple habit ensures that you don't go over budget and helps you catch pricing errors at checkout. [Good Financial Cents]

A Guide to Getting Good at Dealing with Chaos — When things get chaotic, take a moment to consciously let go of your ideal of orderliness and re-center yourself to the present moment. [zen habits]

8 Questions to Ask Yourself When Decluttering Your Office — Are you keeping an item out of obligation or expectation? [Shoplet]

5 Tips on How To Fuel For Outdoor Sports And Adventure — Stay hydrated after your workout. Drink little sips of water often to replenish the fluids in your body. [Change Your Thoughts]

DIY do-gooders direct Caribbean disaster relief efforts — Amateur analysts around the world are looking at satellite imagery of disaster-stricken areas to point relief workers to where they are needed most. [The Christian Science Monitor]

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