Best Money Tips: The Best and Worst Times to Visit 12 Top Destinations

By Amy Lu on 20 February 2018 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on the best and worst times to visit 12 top destinations, a simple shift to bring more adventure to your life, and flavored popcorn recipes for your next movie night.

Top 5 Articles

When Not to Visit These 12 Top Destinations — and When to Go Instead — Industry insiders give the deets on the best and worst times to visit popular travel destinations. [Cheapism]

One Simple Shift to Turn Life Into an Adventure — When you embrace the thrill of not knowing, every day has the potential for adventure! [zen habits]

5 Flavored Popcorn Recipes You Need to Try Now — Step up your popcorn game with these delicious recipes! [Dumb Little Man]

 21 Ways to Think Positively Every Day — It takes conscious effort and commitment to turn positive thinking into a daily habit. Whenever things start to slip, recite a personal motto to help you get back on track. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Minimalist Filing – Because Most of Us Need to Keep Some Hard Copies — You can get by with digital copies of most paperwork, but you'll want to have hard copies of certain documents. Here's how to keep them neat and tidy in accordance with a minimalist lifestyle. [The Simple White Rabbit]

Other Essential Reading

The 5 Key Habits of Debt-Free People You Should Copy Today — Debt-free people live with certain habits that help them save money and stay on top of their finances. [Frugal Rules]

3 Deadly Myths You Need To Dismiss About Success — Holding on to these myths about success will actually keep you from reaching those great heights. [Pick The Brain]

Say Yes to a Wedding Budget: Saving Tips for Your Big Day — Join Experian's #CreditChat tomorrow at 3 p.m. ET for a discussion on tips to help you stick to your wedding budget. [Experian]

Mardi Gras goes green: recycling efforts target trash — Although Mardi Gras generates huge revenue for New Orleans, it also produces a lot of trash. This year, two local organizations have set up recycling centers to collect beads, bottles, and aluminum cans in effort to make the festival greener. [The Christian Science Monitor]

Is Country Life Cheaper Than City Life? — Before you make the move from city to country (or vice versa), consider how the costs may change in different areas of your life. [The Minimalist Mom]

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