Best Money Tips: How to Be More Productive in 2018

By Amy Lu on 5 January 2018 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on ways to be more productive this year, how to turn exercise into a habit, and ways to be a more present parent.

Top 5 Articles

8 Ways to Be More Productive in 2018 — Explore different ways to be flexible in your work so that you can still be productive when things don't go as planned. [The Order Expert]

The 10 Best Ways to Make Exercise an Unbreakable Habit — Use a pre-workout checklist to remove obstacles and distractions that may interrupt your workout. [The Art of Manliness]

8 Ways to Be a More Present Mom — As your kids get older, have them cook with you. You'll have some help in the kitchen and they'll learn valuable life skills — it's a win-win! [Nature Moms Blog]

How to Learn From 2017 to Perfect Your 2018 Goals — If you want to accomplish all (or most) of your goals in 2018, you'll need to take a hard look at your 2017 goals. [Wallet Squirrel]

Your New Year’s Resolution: Better Recycling Practices — You probably know the basics of what goes into your recycling bins. Now, learn how to dispose of tricky items like aerosol cans, coffee pods, and light bulbs. [Dumb Little Man]

Other Essential Reading

30 Things You Don't Realize Are Annoying Everyone Around You — There's nothing wrong with having fun when you're out with friends, but don't be the obnoxious group that's too loud in a public space. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Quick Tips: Organize Your Money Goals For The New Year — Follow these quick tips to organize your money goals and increase your chances for success. [Get Organized Wizard]

Equifax Fraud Alerts Are Expiring: Here’s How to Protect Your Identity Now — Was your private information compromised in the Equifax data breach? You have a few options for protecting your identity after your fraud alert has expired. [Money Talks News]

How Many Jobs the Average Worker Has and What It Means For You — It may be time to approach work differently and treat your career the way freelancers treat gigs and clients. [Wallet Hacks]

Washington achieves top sustainability certification for cities — A global sustainability program called LEED for Cities tracks performance on energy use, waste management, water, transport, and even quality of life. [The Christian Science Monitor]

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