Best Money Tips: Small New Year’s Resolutions for Your Money

By Amy Lu on 31 December 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found small New Year’s resolutions for your money, cheap ways to make your life happier, and overpriced grocery items to skip.

Top 5 Articles

30 Small New Year’s Resolutions for Your Money — Need some inspiration on small ways to improve your finances next year? Check out these highly achievable resolutions! [Cult of Money]

10 Great and Cheap Ideas to Make Your Life Happier — Have more human connection. Meet a friend for coffee, spend time with your parents, or simply say good morning to someone on the bus. [Don't Pay Full]

8 Overpriced Grocery Items to Skip — Name brand spices are marked up almost 97%! If you can, buy your spices at a natural food store, or at drugstores or discount stores. [PopSugar Smart Living]

7 Tips for Helping Someone Else to Change a Habit — You can help make the habit a little more convenient for the other person. They're more likely to keep it up if it's quicker and easier to do. [Gretchen Rubin]

Saving Money at the Movies: 15 Ways to Get Discounts on Movie Tickets — Many theaters offer early bird discounts for the first matinee show of the day. [More With Less Today]

Other Essential Reading

Green Giving: 4 New Uses For Old Wrapping Paper — Use old wrapping paper to dress up scrapbooks! [Sustainablog]

How to handle financial disappointments — Disappointment is a complex emotion. To help you move on from it, try to figure out what exactly caused the disappointment. [Get Rich Slowly]

Stopping Self-Entitlement in Kids and Teens — There's a time when parents will need to step away from protecting their children from everything. [MoneyNing]

Keeping Tabs on Retirement (without Stressing Out!) – Financial services provided by companies like Vanguard and Betterment allow you to put your retirement account on autopilot. [Couple Money]

How to Put Down the Phone And Focus More On Your Kids — Remind yourself that most messages are not that important. 99% can wait half an hour for you to respond. [Parenting Squad]

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