Best Money Tips: What Do Your Health Habits Say About You?

By Amy Lu on 4 April 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on what your health habits say about you, steps to do a mental spring cleaning, and an all-natural insect repellent that really works.

Top 5 Articles

What Your Health Habits Say About You — If you tend to only stick with the treadmill when you go to the gym, you may not be as serious about working out as you thought. Excluding other workouts can put a cap on your results. [Productivity Theory]

6 Steps for a Mental Spring Cleaning That Everyone Can Do — Don't keep your emotions bottled up. Learn how to talk positively about your feelings, dreams, and goals with the people around you. [Pick The Brain]

Bug Off! All-Natural Insect Repellent That Really Works — This natural bug repellent is safe, cheap and easy to make, and smells good, too! [PopSugar Smart Living]

Can fresh beef save McDonald's? — McDonald's will begin serving fresh beef, instead of frozen, in its Quarter Pounder hamburger at most restaurants by 2018. [The Monitor]

Financial Literacy 101: Building Money Smart Habits — Kick off Financial Literacy Month by joining Experian's #CreditChat tomorrow at 3 p.m. ET for a discussion on smart money habits. [Experian]

Other Essential Reading

Keep Your Kids Away From These 6 Potentially Poisonous Items — Azaleas, daffodils, and holly are just three common flowers that are also poisonous if ingested. [Parenting Squad]

Brilliant Small Space Hacks: Budget Home Organization Tips and Tricks — Assign a junk drawer to keep the takeout menus, receipts, business cards, and miscellaneous papers that you haven't gotten around the sorting yet. [Shopping Kim]

Cut the Clutter: Cleaning Your Closets — Set your clothing on your bed and put together as many outfits as you can. Get rid of pieces that don't work with any of the outfits. [Common Cents Mom]

3 Do’s and One Don’t of Borrowing Money in 2017 — Do try to decrease your debt-to-income ratio. [The Frugal Toad]

5 Lies We Learned When We Were Younger (That We Still Live By Today) — Most of us were taught to question the stories and rumors we hear from other people, but to accept what we experience firsthand as reality. This doesn’t always work. [Marc & Angel Hack Life]

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