Best Money Tips: Simple Time Management Tips That Work

Welcome to Wise Bread’s Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on simple time management tips that actually work, morning rituals that can relieve anxiety, and ways to enjoy your city on a  budget.

Top 5 Articles

Insanely Simple Time Management Tips that Actually Work — Limit the number of tasks on your to-do list, but be open to approaching them in different ways if something is taking more time than usual. [Pick The Brain]

4 Morning Rituals to Help Relieve Anxiety — Start your day on a positive note. As soon as you wake up, say one thing you’re grateful for. [PopSugar Smart Living]

15 Ways to Enjoy Your City on a Budget — Make your way up the tallest building in your city to see your hometown from a different perspective. [Frugal Village]

20 Ways to Make $100 in a Day — Do one (or more) things on this list if you need cash fast. [Well Kept Wallet]

Amazon launches new service to target impulse buying — Amazon’s Instant Pickup, which has been rolled out on several college campuses, allows shoppers to pick up fast-selling items within minutes of ordering. [The Christian Science Monitor]

Other Essential Reading

Eat Healthier Without Wasting Your Money — You’re more likely to cook at home when you choose simple, cheap meals. [Conquer Your Debt]

Should I Stay or Should I Go? – Tips on Working Overtime — Make sure your overtime is acknowledged by the people who matter. If no one notices the extra effort you put in, you’ll never be rewarded for it. [DeskTime]

10 States Where Graduate Degrees Boost Your Pay the Most — Your graduate degree is likely to give you the greatest bump in salary in these ten states. [The Motley Fool]

Finding New Culture in Your Own Backyard — You don’t need to travel to a different country to experience another culture. There’s probably more culture around you than you notice in your day-to-day life. [The Simple Dollar]

How to Make Financial Decisions Like a Minimalist — Minimalism can provide the framework you need to make better financial decisions. [MintLife]