Best Money Tips: How to Be More Productive in 2018

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on ways to be more productive this year, how to turn exercise into a habit, and ways to be a more present parent.

Top 5 Articles

8 Ways to Be More Productive in 2018 — Explore different ways to be flexible in your work so that you can still be productive when things don't go as planned. [The Order Expert]

The 10 Best Ways to Make Exercise an Unbreakable Habit — Use a pre-workout checklist to remove obstacles and distractions that may interrupt your workout. [The Art of Manliness]

8 Ways to Be a More Present Mom — As your kids get older, have them cook with you. You'll have some help in the kitchen and they'll learn valuable life skills — it's a win-win! [Nature Moms Blog]

How to Learn From 2017 to Perfect Your 2018 Goals — If you want to accomplish all (or most) of your goals in 2018, you'll need to take a hard look at your 2017 goals. [Wallet Squirrel]

Your New Year’s Resolution: Better Recycling Practices — You probably know the basics of what goes into your recycling bins. Now, learn how to dispose of tricky items like aerosol cans, coffee pods, and light bulbs. [Dumb Little Man]

Other Essential Reading

30 Things You Don't Realize Are Annoying Everyone Around You — There's nothing wrong with having fun when you're out with friends, but don't be the obnoxious group that's too loud in a public space. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Quick Tips: Organize Your Money Goals For The New Year — Follow these quick tips to organize your money goals and increase your chances for success. [Get Organized Wizard]

Equifax Fraud Alerts Are Expiring: Here’s How to Protect Your Identity Now — Was your private information compromised in the Equifax data breach? You have a few options for protecting your identity after your fraud alert has expired. [Money Talks News]

How Many Jobs the Average Worker Has and What It Means For You — It may be time to approach work differently and treat your career the way freelancers treat gigs and clients. [Wallet Hacks]

Washington achieves top sustainability certification for cities — A global sustainability program called LEED for Cities tracks performance on energy use, waste management, water, transport, and even quality of life. [The Christian Science Monitor]

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