Best Money Tips: Secrets to Being More Productive

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on the secrets to being more productive, creative Starbucks drinks for around $3, and money moves that no one should ever, ever make.

Top 5 Articles

5 Secrets for Becoming More Productive — Create positive habits that will help you accomplish your goals. [Dumb Little Man]

Bang For Your Buck: 7 Creative $3 Starbucks Concoctions — The strawberry blend lemonade —strawberry puree + lemonade + ice — is full of fruity goodness! [PopSugar Smart Living]

Five Money Moves No One Should Ever Make… Ever — Payday loans allow you to see your paycheck a little early, but the crazy fees and interest will cost you big time! [The Simple Dollar]

10 Easy Jobs Anyone Can Do to Earn Extra Money — If you like kids and have a few hours during the day or evening, start a side gig as a babysitter to local families. [Save The Bills]

How to Get Started With Composting — Composting begins with a few basic ingredients: brown materials, green materials, coffee grounds or loose tea leaves, plus crumbled egg shells and leftover produce. [Moms Need to Know]

Other Essential Reading

3 Tips to Build Your Wealth While the Economy Is Good — Right now, it's better to sell your home than to buy one, especially if you're single with no kids. [One Smart Dollar]

6 Ways to Remodel Your Kitchen on a Budget — If your appliances are just a bit scratched, you can apply a bit of appliance paint to make them look like new again. [The Allstate Blog]

Better Safe Than Sorry: 10 Ways to Guard Against Identity Theft — Be careful what you reveal on Facebook and other public forums. Identity thieves don't need much information to get to work! [The Money Principle]

7 Brutally Honest Reasons Why You'll Never Be Successful (and How to Fix It Right Now) — You'll never be successful if you're still looking for shortcuts or get-rich-quick schemes. Do it the right way, even if it takes longer and requires more work. [Pick The Brain]

Cleaning Schedule for SAHMs — First, time your chores so you know how long each task takes to complete, then create a weekly cleaning schedule to spread out the labor. [Parenting Squad]

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