Best Money Tips: The Best Things That Money Can't Buy

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on the best things that money can’t buy, tips for a productive home office, and new year’s resolutions you might want to consider doing.

Top 5 Articles

98 of the Best Things in Life That Money Can't Buy — Money can buy a lot of things, but the peace of mind you get from letting go of grudges is not one of them. [PopSugar Smart Living]

5 Tips for a Productive at Home Office — Pull back the curtains and let the light in! Natural light tells your brain that it's time to work and helps with concentration. [Thirty Six Months]

10 New Year’s Resolutions That You Should Consider Doing — Make the resolution to stop checking your social media accounts from your phone when you're out with friends. [Ready To Be Rich]

Save Money on End of Year Auto & Insurance Purchases — Some insurers offer low-mileage discounts. If drive just around 7,500 miles a year, it may be worth your while to look into public transportation or carpooling alternatives and keep your mileage low. [PT Money]

Essentials to Look for in Your Next Home — Ask if the insulation in the floors, walls, and attic have been upgraded to meet the minimum energy standards for your region. [Spilling Buckets Personal Finance]

Other Essential Reading

How to Divvy Up Your Money in a 401(k) Plan — If you want to see your money grow, don't allocate too much of your investments in stable value funds. [Forbes]

The Gifts Smart Grandparents and Relatives Give to Raise Financially Savvy Kids — Consider donating to the kid's college fund as a gift that grows with her! [Quizzle Wire]

How to Keep Earning After You Retire — Investing in property is one way to make money during your retirement. [Modest Money]

5 Ways Kids Can Give Back During the Holiday Season — Kids can donate any coats or warm clothing that they've outgrown. [Parenting Squad]

Minimalism: Fad or Solid Debt Payoff Tool? — Minimalism not only clears your physical space, it frees up your mental space, too. It's actually an effective psychological debt payoff tool. [Ready For Zero]

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