Best Money Tips: Getting Credit for Your Work
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips roundup! Today, we share tips on making sure you receive credit where it's due, getting work done in holiday-filled December, choosing and using a babysitter, and more!
Top 5 Articles
Six Strategies To Make Sure You're Getting Credit For Your Work — Giving presentations help to make you (and your work) visible…just make sure it's the good kind. Before you present, get feedback from a trusted co-worker and rehearse, rehearse, rehearse! Free Money Finance
Managing your workflow in December — Staying productive in December is hard when everyone is off on vacation or partying over the holidays. As such, now isn't the time to tackle big projects. Unclutterer
Tips For Choosing And Using A Babysitter — Being home during the new babysitter's first few appointments will help you and your kids get to know the babysitter (and vice versa) before you leave your kids in their care. Parenting Squad
How I Got Cheated by a Fake Charity, and How to Avoid It — It's the season of giving…and scammers know it! Sometimes, they'll try to entice you by guaranteeing sweepstakes winnings. Be sure to check out the charity before you contribute. Len Penzo via Currency
How to Look Great for Less this Holiday Season — Who says antiperspirant is only for the underarms? Apply wherever you tend to sweat. (It can also prevent chaffing.) Money Ning
Other Essential Reading
Missing the Gift-Giving Gene? Here's How to Find Meaningful Gifts that Won't Break the Bank — You need do two things: know the person well and pay attention to how they live. For example, you can get them a gift card for a place where they like to eat or shop. MoneyCrush
Top 10 Gifts for Coworkers — Buying gifts for co-workers can be difficult if you don't know them well, but you can't go wrong with wine! (Unless they don't drink, of course, in which case a card case will work just fine.) BlogHer
75 Ways To Stay Unhappy Forever — It's good to make friends, but don't try to be everyone's friend. Marc and Angel Hack Life
How to Put Old Greeting Cards to Use — Reuse old greeting cards but cutting the front and gluing it onto a new blank card or cardstock. wikiHow
Your Online Footprint — For better or worse, it's becoming more and more important to manage our online presence. Learn how to control what shows up when someone searches your name on Google. Productivity 501
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