Best Money Tips: Ways to Find Happiness in What You Already Have

By Ashley Jacobs on 24 April 2014 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on finding happiness in what you already have, eco-friendly wedding DIYs, and times it's OK to be cheap.

Top 5 Articles

40 Little Ways to Find Happiness in What You Already Have — To find happiness in what you already have, exercise your inner power and and give what you have. [Marc and Angel Hack Life]

Eco-Friendly Wedding DIYs — Consider making bottle-cap planters or newspaper bouquets for your wedding. [PopSugar Smart Living]

12 Times It's Okay To Be Cheap — Do you think it's OK to be cheap with prescriptions and contact lens solution? [Wealthy Turtle]

5 Questions To Catalyze Big Change — In order to catalyze big change, ask yourself if you are willing to change. [Dumb Little Man]

9 Money Tips Every College Students Should Know so They Don't Graduate Broke — Every college student should know to build good credit and be aware of identity theft. [Good Financial Cents]

Other Essential Reading

Meal Plan Monday: 3 Tips on Saving Money Using Up Fresh Herbs — Did you know you can freeze fresh herbs? [Money Saving Enthusiast]

5 Keys To Managing A Career Crisis After Graduating College — To manage your career crisis after college, be realistic and remember your long-term goals. [Lifehack]

Tax Refunds Are a Bad Thing — Tax refunds are a bad thing because you've basically lent the government money interest free. [Canadian Finance Blog]

What Documents Should I Shred and What Should I Keep? — It is a good idea to keep your ID and passports. [Lifehacker]

7 Sources of Protein for Kids Who Don't Like Meat — Eggs and green vegetables are good sources of protein for kids who don't like meat. [Parenting Squad]

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