Best Money Tips: Life Lessons From the Very Wealthy

By Amy Lu on 11 March 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found helpful articles on life lessons from the very wealthy, the ultimate guide to better posture, and the best places to sell your crafts.

Top 5 Articles

7 Life Lessons From The Very Wealthy — Don't become cash rich and time poor. Learn what the opportunity costs are for every decision, and recognize that the costs are not always financial. [Money Smart Guides]

The Ultimate Guide to Posture – Whether you’re standing or sitting, learn what cues you should watch out for if you want to develop better posture. [The Art of Manliness]

8 Places To Sell Your Crafts To Make Extra Money — Pinterest's Buy It Now feature allows people to shop for goodies…and sell them! Just set up a Shopify store for your products and apply for a Buy It Now pin. [Retired By 40!]

5 Ways the Time Change Saves You Money — With more daylight after work, you can exercise outdoors instead of hitting the gym. [Saving Dollars & Sense]

5 Ultraconvenient Laundry Apps You NEED in Your Life — Some chores are worth shelling out the money to have someone else do it for you. If you hate doing laundry and there's a huge load piling up, you might one to check out one of these convenient apps for laundry service. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Other Essential Reading

Gift Ideas for Foodie Friends — Look for a cookbook that focuses on your friend's favorite food or cuisine. [Dealicious Mom]

What Do You Really Need to Make to Buy That New House? — Pittsburgh is the cheapest major US city for buying a home. A single person with an annual income of $31,000 can afford one of the average $128,000 homes in this city. [SheBudgets]

How Well Do You Know your Financial Advisor? 5 Questions You Should Ask — What is your advisor's investment style, and is it in line with what you're comfortable with? [Rhonda Sherwood]

A Dirty Time Management Secret: Be Selfish — It's up to you to decide where to focus your time and energy. Figure out what your priorities are and make time for them. [Sid Savara]

6 Reasons Kids Need to See Daddy Cleaning — When mom and dad share the workload around the house, your kids learn that everyone needs to do their part to make sure the house is clean and tidy. [Parenting Squad]

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