Best Money Tips: How to Master Small Talk
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on how to hone your small talk skills, science-backed ways to create happiness, and what you need to know about the new iPhone 7.
Top 5 Articles
How to make small talk anywhere — Small talk is a skill that you can learn like any other. You can practice and experiment in low-stake scenarios with servers, baristas, and store clerks. [I Will Teach You To Be Rich]
10 Science-Backed Ways You Can Create Happiness in Your Everyday Life — Studies have found that you get more enjoyment out of an activity when you do it with someone else. [PopSugar Smart Living]
Nine things you need to know about the new iPhone 7 — The iPhone 7 has a number of new features, including more memory, stereo speakers, better cameras, and more. [The Monitor]
8 Daily Rituals Of Successful Small Business Owners — Every industry changes over time. Make sure you catch up on current events that may affect your industry either directly or indirectly. [Cash The Checks]
The Road to Financial Wellness — It takes skill to get your finances in line and to keep it there. Join Experian's #CreditChat tomorrow at 3 p.m. ET for a discussion on the issues you'll encounter on the road to financial wellness and the skills you'll need to overcome them. [Experian]
Other Essential Reading
Never Use Vinegar on These Household Items — It can seem like vinegar can be used to clean everything in your house, but it can actually do major damage if you use them on these items. [SheBudgets]
5 Ways to Find Your Next Job — Reach out to the HR manager of the place where you want to work. See if you can schedule an informal meeting over coffee to discuss your career goals and their organization. [The Frugal Toad]
12 Budget-Friendly Tips to Boost Brainpower — Experiencing some brain blips? A handful of berries, especially dark varieties like blueberries, cherries, and blackberries, can help improve your memory. [Cheapism]
3 Ways to Actually Get Work Done Before Leaving For Vacation — There are probably a ton of things you need to do before going on vacation. Leave the nonessential tasks for after you're back so you have time to do the really important stuff. [Due]
How to Celebrate National Better Breakfast Month — Start your day off right with a better breakfast. You can make your own granola to cut out the excess sugar and processed foods, or hard boil some eggs for a grab-and-go breakfast during the week. [Parenting Squad]
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