Best Money Tips: Mental Hacks for Working Out

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on mental hacks for working out, grocery shopping tips for a zero waste home, and why you should buy winter tires now.

Top 5 Articles

6 Mental Hacks For Working Out — Consistency is key. The little choices you make every day can lead to big changes over time. [Pick The Brain]

Zero Waste Home: Basic Grocery Shopping Tips — Buy from the bulk bins, if they're available, to avoid creating more waste from the packaging. For items that aren't available in bulk bins, choose products with packaging that is reusable or easily recyclable. [Sustainablog]

Why now is the time to buy winter tires — Even though it's halfway through the snow season, now is the best time to buy winter tires because retailers are trying to clear out inventory. [The Monitor]

Love and Money: Financial Advice for Couples at Every Stage — Join Experian's #CreditChat tomorrow at 3 p.m. ET for a discussion on how to succeed at money management during every stage of your relationship. [Experian]

30 Self-Reflection Questions That Will Make You Re-evaluate Your Life — Step back from your busy day once in a while and check on yourself with these important questions. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Other Essential Reading

Five Things That Financial Aid Might Not Cover— If you plan to live off-campus, financial aid may not cover all (or any) of your rent. [SheBudgets]

4 Ways To Personalize Your Rental And Keep Your Deposit — Certain fixtures are easy to update, like lighting, showerheads, and blinds and curtains. Just remember to keep the originals and put them back before you move out. [Cash The Checks]

The Dos and Don’ts on Becoming an Efficient Marketer — Don't neglect your social media profiles. If you don’t post regularly or engage with your audience, people will forget about you. [Lifehack]

How To Organize Your Tech Gadgets — Label your cords so you can easily identify which cord plugs into what device. [Get Organized Wizard]

6 Ways to Find More Time to Read to Your Young Kids — Keep books easily accessible in your home, in the car, and even in your purse for the times when you're out and about with your kids. [Parenting Squad]

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