Best Money Tips: Start Doing These Things for Your Happiness

By Amy Lu on 26 December 2014 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on simple things to start doing for your happiness, ways to save money in the kitchen, and financial moves to make every year.

Top 5 Articles

27 Simple Things to Start Doing for Your Happiness — Start focusing only on the things that you can control. [Marc and Angel Hack Life]

How to Save Money in the Kitchen — Invest in a slow cooker. It'll save you time — and you're sure to use up any meat and produce that are close to spoiling. [No Credit Needed]

10 Helpful Financial Moves to Make Every Year — Update your resume — you'll be surprised how much you've accomplished in the past year! [Financial Samurai]

Four Tips for Using FSA Money Before New Year's — You can spend FSA money on eligible medical products and procedures, like acupuncture and antacids and even LASIK surgery. [The Simple Dollar]

How to Start a Side Business Today: Simplify and Go! — There is such a thing as too much planning! If you want to start a business, have your big picture in mind and just start. [Money Crush]

Other Essential Reading

10 Ways to Stay Healthy During Holiday Travel — Make a sleep kit to help ensure you get enough rest, especially if you'll be dealing with jet lag. [Mark's Daily Apple]

5 Proactive Ways to Be a Dependable Person — Always deliver on your promises — so know your weaknesses and don't make promises you can't keep. [Pick The Brain]

New Year's Eve Party Ideas for Children — Have a slumber party in your living room on New Year's Eve! Camp out with your sleeping bags spread on the floor, play games, and watch movies til the clock strikes midnight. [Parenting Squad]

11 Free Resolutions Printables to Help Ring in the New Year — Print out one of these resolution sheets and keep track of your goals throughout the year. [PopSugar Smart Living]

The Minimalist's Guide to Budgeting — After you've set your financial goals, calculate your bare bones budget. What is the bare minimum of expenses you need to get by each month? [Everybody Loves Your Money]

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