Best Money Tips: Morning Routines of Successful People


Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on routines that successful people do every morning, Black Friday buzzwords that make you spend more, and productivity pick-me-ups to help you get things done.

Top 5 Articles

15 Routines Successful People Do Every Single Morning — Make a list of your affirmations and long-term goals, and display it somewhere obvious so that you'll see it — and review it — every single day. [Personal Income]

12 Quick Productivity Pick-Me-Ups — Turn your work into a game! Challenge yourself to finish tasks by a deadline you set for yourself. [Time Management Ninja]

Buyer Beware: Black Friday Retail Buzzwords & Holiday Budget Killers — Retailers use phrases like "while supplies last" and "limited supplies" to make you think you're in a competition with other shoppers. [Credit Sesame]

10 Habits of Successful Introverts — Introverts tend to be self-driven and don't need much help to get things done, making them valuable assets in a professional setting. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Protect Your Home From Pricey Winter Problems — Remove any dead or damaged tree limbs before they become brittle from the cold and fall on power lines or your home. [Kiplinger]

Other Essential Reading

The 20-Something’s Guide to Hosting Thanksgiving & Staying Sane: 7 Expert Tips — It's not every day that you host a big party, so you may not have enough silverware to go around. Don't be afraid to ask your friends or family if you can borrow common utensils, especially if they'll be at your party anyway. [CouponPal]

6 Fun and Easy DIY Thanksgiving Centerpieces — A candle holder made of cranberries and small branches make for a striking Thanksgiving display! [Parenting Squad]

Defining Financial Values Is Crucial – Here’s a Template to Help Determine Yours — Defining your financial values gives you a deeper understanding of your financial goals. [Ready For Zero]

4 Mental Roadblocks That Prevent You From Paying Off Debt — Don't think that you're a failure just because past attempts to pay off debt were less than successful. [MoneyNing]

Asset Allocation for Young Investors — How you allocate your assets depends on how much time you have to invest and how much risk you can tolerate. [Money Under 30]

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I love reading these sorts of articles showing the habits of the more successful vs. those that have less. It really is interesting to see how drastically some of the habits tend to differentiate from one side of the tracks to the other, especially when it comes to food intake habits. I've googled around and seen the occasional informational picture post here and there but now I'm definitely going to have to click through these articles to check them out and actually see that I've seen some of these before. Thanks for putting these together!