Best Money Tips: How to Be Less Shy
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips roundup! Today, we share tips to help you become less shy, ways to use up stale bread, and what not to do when you order delivery.
Top 5 Articles
How to Overcome Shyness — If you're usually very shy, make a point of getting out of your comfort zone. Speak up at your next meeting, volunteer at a charity — something that you wouldn't normally do. Life Optimizer
At Your Disposal: Stale Bread — Simply pop your stale bread into a food processor, give it a spin, and voila! Homemade bread crumbs. Store it in the freezer for future use. Wholesome Mommy
35 Things NOT to do When Ordering Delivery — Don't assume that the tip is included in the delivery charge — because it isn't. Budgets are Sexy
75 Surprising Expiration Dates — Tabasco sauce is good for five years, as long a you store the bottle in a cool, dry place. Financially Fit
Chef Peter Vauthy Tells How to Handle Great Cuts of Steak on the Homefront — Marinades are good for less expensive cuts of steak, but careful you don't marinate too long! "It can start to 'cook' the meat before you throw it on the grill and throw your well-laid meal plans to the wind." City's Best
Other Essential Reading
Five Surprise Bonuses in 2011 – Make the Most of Them! — With interest rates at a record low, now is a good time to look into getting a home equity loan, having your mortgage refinanced, or buying a new home. Five Cent Nickel
15 Ways to Make Money — Look around for odd jobs to do, like making minor repairs or cleaning yards and homes. Moolanomy
5 budget pieces that will make your wardrobe feel new again — Loop a scarf around your neck to dress up a plain shirt. With so many ways to wear this versatile accessory, you'll never be bored with your outfits again! The Centsible Life
Tips on Renting A Room For Extra Income — In a room rental situation, both the homeowner and the renter should make sure the room has enough space for the renter's personal property. Billeater
Will Your Tax Return Be Flagged for an Audit? — Make sure you have all the documents to back up your tax deductions. The IRS will probably take a closer look if it seems like you're claiming more than the average for your income level. Cash Money Life
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