Best Money Tips: Things Successful People Do in the First Hour of the Workday


Welcome to Wise Think's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some amazing articles on things successful people do in the first hour of the workday, reducing your electricity bill, and financial lessons you can learn from crossfit.

Top 5 Articles

12 Things Successful People Do in the First Hour of the Workday — In the first hour of their workday, successful people strategize and glance at emails. [PopSugar Smart Living]

10 Ways to Reduce Your Electricity Bill — If you want to reduce your electricity bill, only wash full loads in your dishwasher and turn lights off when you aren't using them. [Canadian Finance Blog]

5 Financial Lessons I Learned From Crossfit — Crossfit can teach you that results take time and that it takes a team to be successful. [Good Financial Cents]

What is the Ideal Retirement? — People place value in financial freedom and giving back when it comes to an ideal retirement. [Free Money Finance]

5 Painless Ways To Automate Your Finances — Scheduling periodic transfers is one great way to painlessly automate your finances. [Bible Money Matters]

Other Essential Reading

How to Choose the Right Career — To choose the right career, have objectives and make sure you are enjoying what you are doing. [Sweating the Big Stuff]

Remember all Bad Financial Decisions for Taxes — Don't forget to include loss carry forward when filing your taxes. [One Cent at a Time]

How Peer-to-Peer Sites Can Help You Borrow Money — Peer-to-peer lending sites take care of the details associated with borrowing money, making your life easier! [Money Smart Life]

Here Are A Few Totally Non-Extreme Ways To Be More Sustainable — If you want to be more sustainable, carry reusable bags with you. [American Debt Project]

My Young Child is Using a Naughty Word. Should I Engage or Ignore? — If your young child is using a bad word, whether or not you engage or ignore is largely dependent on your parenting style. [Parenting Squad]

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