Best Money Tips: Habits of the Happiest People in the World


Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on daily habits of the happiest people in the world, ways to save big at Ikea, and the types of people you should avoid if you want to become rich.

Top 5 Articles

8 Daily Habits Of The Happiest People In The World — The happiest people have a dream, something they want to do. It's the reason they wake up in the morning. []

11 Secrets to Saving Big Bucks at Ikea — Check your local Ikea's store website for special coupons and offers. [PopSugar Smart Living]

7 Types of People You Should Avoid If You Want to Become Rich — Hanging out with the YOLO Spender may convince you that only your immediate happiness matters. [Ready To Be Rich]

5 tips for creating a meal plan that’s healthy and saves money — Buy a little more meat and produce when they're on sale, then create freezer packs so they'll last longer. [Quizzle Wire]

How to Budget When You Don’t Have a Steady Paycheck — Give yourself a monthly paycheck based on what you need to life off of, and put the rest away into savings. [Daily Worth]

Other Essential Reading

Try This Tip to Get the Edge On a House Offer — Attach a hand-written note to your house offer that introduces you and explains why you love the house. It gives a personal touch and may create a connection with the buyer. [Three Thrifty Guys]

9 Weird Things You Didn’t Know You Could Borrow From the Library — Many libraries loan out basic tools like hammers, drills, and rakes. Or, you can check out dedicated tool libraries to loan or rent the gear for your next DIY project. [The Penny Hoarder]

10 Tweaks to Keep Your Phone from Interrupting You — Pretty much every app wants to send you notifications. Feel free to turn off all but the most important ones! [Time Management Ninja]

10 Easy Ways to Stay Cool This Summer — Install thicker, better quality blinds to keep the summer sunlight out. [Thad Thoughts]

8 Ways to Keep Your Child's Math Skills Intact (Without Relying on Computer Games) — Dice games can help kids learn math facts, strategic thinking, and memory skills. [Parenting Squad]

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