Best Money Tips: How to Sneak Exercise Into Your Day

By Amy Lu on 16 January 2018 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on ways to get exercise while just going about your day, amazing upcycling ideas, and how to create money resolutions that work.

Top 5 Articles

11 Ways to Get Exercise While Just Going About Your Day — If you can't set aside time for exercise, work in a workout while you're doing other things like brushing your teeth, waiting in line, or even driving. [Cheapism]

200+ Upcycling Ideas That Will Blow Your Mind — Give new life to old, ordinary household items with these fun and easy upcycling ideas! [PopSugar Smart Living]

How To Create Personal Money Resolutions That Actually Work — A resolution that is built on guild and shame is bound to lose steam eventually. [Creative Money]

Self Control Is a Limited Resource. Here’s How to Use That Fact Effectively in Your Financial Life. — As the day goes on, you start losing the mental resources you need to make good decisions, including those that involve your wallet. [The Simple Dollar]

Why Working Past 65 Can Be Doubly Rewarding — Many people plan to stop working around their mid-60s, but there are financial as well as emotional benefits to working past age 65. [Kiplinger]

Other Essential Reading

Now, even some tech firms acknowledge tech's downside — Technology can be addictive. Some companies are now looking into ways to help parents curb excessive digital media use among kids and teens. [The Christian Science Monitor]

4 Easy Ways to Freshen Up Your Finances — Check your rainy day fund. Do you have enough money in it to cover basic bills for at least two months? [Financially Poor]

5 Smart Financial Decisions to Make in Your 20s — It's never too early to invest in a life insurance policy. In fact, it's cheaper to get life insurance in your 20s than it is later in life. [Pro Finances Blog]

Top Tips In Buying A Car With Your Significant Other — If you and your SO are in it for the long haul, make sure that the vehicle you buy will still be a good fit for the next 5, 10, or even 15 years. [Dumb Little Man]

Strategies to Conquer Debt in the New Year — Join Experian's #CreditChat tomorrow at 3 p.m. ET for a discussion about strategies for conquering debt. [Experian]

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