Best Money Tips: Little Things That Make Life Easier

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found little things that make life easier, everyday habits to reach your financial goals, and ways to rekindle your passion for work.

Top 5 Articles

14 Little Things That Make Life Easier — Use a can opener to safely crack through hard plastic packaging. Tin snips also work! [Money Talks News]

7 Everyday Habits You Need to Reach Your Financial Goals — Never stop educating yourself! Spend at least 30 minutes each day reading topics on finance, self-empowerment, marketing and sales, and anything that might help you succeed. [Money Mini Blog]

6 Ways To Rekindle Your Passion For Work — Keep your eyes open each day for new and interesting things at work. [Pick The Brain]

The secret to sustainable diets? Pasta. — Pasta is a part of many sustainability recommendations that seek to improve nutrition and reduce environmental impact. [The Monitor]

13 Surprising Things You Can Clean in Your Washing Machine — Rubber-backed rugs — the ones you use in your kitchen or bathroom — can be tossed in the washing machine. Wash monthly to get rid of lingering mold or mildew. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Other Essential Reading

Closet Makeover: Rules for what to keep or kick-to-the-curb — Something is good to keep if you don't wear it that often, but you know you'll need it for certain occasions — like for work or to show your aunt that you still have the sweater she gave you. [Best Kept Self]

The Difference Between Burnout And No Motivation — Burnout and having no motivation are two different things. Identifying which one you're experiencing will help you figure out the best ways to deal with it. [Productivity Theory]

10 Easy Ways to Avoid a Financial Holiday Hangover — If you can't spend a lot on holiday gifts, consider giving the gift of your time or talents. You can babysit, cook a meal, help with home repairs — things that won't cost much for you but mean a lot to the other person. [Mint Life]

Top 8 Gifts for Kids That Make Money Fun — There are a number of educational board games that can help your kids learn about money while they play. Check out Moneywise Kids and The Allowance Game — and Monopoly, of course. [Everything Finance]

A Handy Grocery Store Meltdown Survival Guide For Parents — Bring your arsenal of distractions: snacks, cups, a few toys, a book, and anything else that can keep your child occupied while you shop. [Parenting Squad]


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Kimmy Burgess

Thats true.There are some silly mistakes which we commit every time which makes our life tough to go. These small things to take care off in life can save a lots of money to enjoy a great future ahead. What have you planned for christmas Amy. You can also use some money saving tricks which actually works.