Best Money Tips: Common Resume Misconceptions
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on common resume misconceptions, how to break bad financial habits, and getting the best hotels for the lowest rates.
Top 5 Articles
5 Common Resume Misconceptions — It is not necessary to have an objective statement on your resume. [US News & World Report]
How To: Break 5 Bad Financial Habits — Break one of your bad financial habits by paying your bills on time. [SavvySugar]
The Best Hotels for the Lowest Rates — Get the best deal on hotels by considering rewards programs. [Money Smart Life]
Financially Balancing Your Future, Family, and Fun — Balance your finances by making sure you have a little fun. [The Amateur Financier]
Will You Fail at Your Vacation? — Make sure your vacation is a success by unplugging yourself from technology. [Time Management Ninja]
Other Essential Reading
Working Mom Alternatives To Daycare — Instead of sending your kid to daycare, consider working part-time or job sharing. [Parenting Squad]
7 Simple Ways To Burst Out of Bed Each Morning — Burst out of bed each morning by living with purpose. [Dumb Little Man]
Mint, Payoff, Adaptu: How to Choose a Money Management Site — Not sure which of the most popular money management sites to use? Here is a breakdown of the top three! [Currency]
How Do I Sharpen a Kitchen Knife? — To sharpen a kitchen knife, be sure to hold the knife at a 22 degree angle to the honing steel. [Lifehacker]
Tips for buying and selling at a pawn shop — When selling at a pawn shop, be sure to negotiate. [Blogging For Change]
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