If your New Year’s resolution is to spend more wisely here are some simple ways to do it. Try cutting one service you’re not using like a premium cable channel you don’t watch, or eat dinner at home once more per week or brown-bag your lunch one day a week. And with clothing, games, books or sporting equipment look for used items before you buy new. Source Link 

How and when you shop for groceries can help you get the freshest food at the best price. Most stores re-stock produce in the early morning or early evening. Reaching to the back of the bin gets you the freshest items and the same is true in the milk cooler. And don’t buy just because it’s on sale - compare that price to other brands to see if it’s a true deal. Source Link 

Boosting your immune system to avoid colds and the flu can literally be a walk in the park. Testing showed that 30 minutes of brisk walking or other moderate intensity exercises increased the circulation of natural killer cells, white blood cells and other parts of the immune system. But you need to commit to exercise every day to get the maximum benefits. Source Link