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Best Money Tips: The Travel Edition


Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some of the best articles from around the web on travel!

8 Little Ways to Become More Present (and Love Your Life More)


Do you ever pull into the driveway after a long day of work and wonder where the day went? Ever find yourself living for the weekend only to marvel on Sunday night how quickly it passed?

If You're Eating These 6 Things, Your "Diet" Is Doing Nothing


Dieting is hard. But guess what? Bad dieting can require the same amount of stress and effort, and no positive result.

10 Unexpected Things You Should Consider When Picking Where You Retire


Retirement often brings about relocation — possibly to a warmer area, a place with better health care, a quieter community, or just wherever Sal and Judy ended up.

10 Easy Pesto Recipes (And Only One Uses Basil!)


I love summer (and fall) for the bountiful produce we receive from our CSA share each week. Thing is, as the weeks go on, the fruits and veggies start to pile up faster than I can use them in my cooking.

Our Senior Editor Is Moving On: A Goodbye From Meg


Readers — after almost four years with Wise Bread, I’m moving on. My last day as senior editor of this site is this Friday, July 25.

Best Money Tips: The Lifehacks Edition


Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some of the best articles from around the web on lifehacks and productivity!

10 Dark-Side Motivations to Get You Out of Debt


We usually like to take the high ground when motivating ourselves. When it comes to getting out of debt, common reasons include "I want to put more money into a college savings fund" or "it will lower my insurance premiums." And yes, they're good reasons.

15 Life Skills You Can Learn in 30 Minutes or Less


Have 30 minutes? Great — that's just enough time to master some savvy skills that will improve your life for the long haul.

9 Ways Staying on Budget Can Be Fun (Really!)


Ok, sure, "budget" isn't always synonymous with "rollicking good time." But there are ways to make the process more fun at every stage, from assessing your finances, to setting goals, to meeting those goals, to reaping the rewards.

Want to Cut Costs on Your Next Vacation? Go Green


When you purchase an airfare, do you usually choose to pay a carbon offset fee? Have you even heard of a carbon offset fee?

The 5 Best Checkpoint-Friendly Laptop Bags


Going through airport security is already an arduous enough process without having to remove your laptop from your bag to scan separately, especially if you make frequent business trips.

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Best Money Tips: The Career Edition


Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some of the best articles from around the web on everything related to your career!

7 Mantras to Sharpen Your Resolve to Downsize and Declutter


If the time for spring cleaning is long past, yet you still find yourself surrounded by clutter and feeling like you have way too much stuff, maybe you need a decluttering mantra — a statement or a question that you repeat to yourself as you look at each thing in your space.

How an Expensive Wardrobe Saves You Money


No one wants to spend more than they have to. Still, the saying "you get what you pay for" is a truism.

$4,000, $8,000, or Even $453,500 in 5 Years: A Low-Risk Investment Plan


How much can an investor accomplish in five years? Among the many possible answers, we're going to focus on two in this article: how much you could earn if you needed to use the money you invested at the end of those five years ($4k or $8k), and how much you could accomplish if those five years were used to give you a head start on a longer-term investment program ($453,500).

The 7 Dumbest Big Purchases People Make


Retail therapy is no myth. Psychologists have found that there's a real science behind the burst of joy we feel when we treat ourselves with a big, exciting purchase — no matter how impractical it may be.

The 5 Best Solar Chargers


In our current age of constant connectedness through our myriad mobile devices, having our battery run out in the middle of the day can be a minor nuisance to a potentially dangerous predicament.


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