Best Money Tips: How to Change Your Career

By Amy Lu on 22 April 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found helpful articles on how to change your career, unhealthy habits that form when you’re trying to be healthy, and minimalist packing tips for your next trip.

Top 5 Articles

How To Make A Career Change — Assess your strengths and weaknesses. Create a plan to improve your weak skills and learn new ones! [Gajizmo]

Four habits you may have formed in the pursuit of health that keep you unhealthy — Focusing on just one number, whether it's your your weight, body fat percentage, or waist size, can cause you to miss other signs of unhealthy behavior. [Best Kept Self]

10 Minimalist Travel Tips That Will Help You Save Bag Space — Going on vacation? Embrace it! Don't bring tech (say, your work laptop) if you don't need it. [PopSugar Smart Living]

27 Part-Time Jobs for Retirees — Do you love being around kids? Many retirees work part time as teacher's aides. [SavingFreak.com]

How to Find Water in the Wild — Collect morning dew by tying absorbent cloths around your ankle and walking through tall grass, meadows, and other non-poisonous plants. Wring out water when the cloths are fully saturated. [The Art of Manliness]

Other Essential Reading

15 Ways for Teens to Earn Extra Money — Older teens can work for other busy moms as a Mom's Assistant. The might be running errands, cooking meals, or entertaining a tired toddler. [Shopper Strategy]

How to Make Time for Yourself and Why It’s Crucial for Productivity — When you commit to too many things, it's easy to spread yourself too thin. Learn to say "no" to things you don't have the time for or don't want to do. [DeskTime]

Traveling Taste Buds: Dining Well On A Budget On The Road — Staying at a hotel? Take advantage of their continental breakfasts! [The Frugal Toad]

5 Simple Ways To Save Money Planning Your Wedding — Get married on a weekday. Many venues, caterers, and vendors offer discounts on mid-week events. [Because I'm Cheap]

Real Talk: My Kids Snack Too Much — Are your kids constantly snacking? Follow this plan to make sure they don't form unhealthy eating habits. [Parenting Squad]

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