Best Money Tips: Be More Effective Using Best-By Dates
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips roundup! Today, we give you a workplace use for "best-by" dates, tips to do more with less work, advice on public speaking, and ideas for a green Halloween!
Top 5 Articles
How Best-By Dates Make Us More Effective — They're not really a deadline, but they still let people know when you need something checked off. Productive Flourishing
9 Steps to Work Less and Do More — You had me at "work less." (But "Do more" is good, too!) Pick the Brain
The 10 Commandments of Suck-Free Speaking — Public speaking can be tough. If you need help getting preparing for a speech or presentation, check out these tips! Jonathan Fields
Tips for a Green Halloween — A solar-powered jack-o-lantern just sounds way too cool! Savings.com
Seven tasty ways to stop wasting food — Stashing milk the freezer is one way to combat fast-approaching expiration dates. Salon
Other Essential Reading
Understanding the Food Group Pyramid and How to Use It For Better Eating — Over the last decade, different versions of the food pyramid have cropped up. Here's what you need to know about the iconic diet guide. Lifehacker
Workplace Recognition Goes a Long Way. Take the Time — Give credit where it's due. It usually wouldn't take much effort on your part, but you can still reap some benefits — even if it's simply knowing that you made someone's day. Darwin's Finance
3 Ways Time Travel Can Sabotage Your Career — Thinking too much about the future and the past distracts you from the present moment. US News & World Report
Should I Apply for a Credit Card to Get a Store Discount? — The interest rates of these cards stink, but the savings could be worth it if you're making a big purchase. Money Talk News
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