Best Money Tips: Smart Ways to Stay on Schedule

By Amy Lu on 4 November 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found smart ways to stay on schedule, ways to stretch your employee benefits dollars, and surprising things you can do with tea bags.

Top 5 Articles

5 Smart Ways to Stay on Schedule — Give each task your full attention during the period that you have scheduled for it. Staying on schedule is all about balance! [Time Management Ninja]

3 Ways To Stretch Your Employee Benefits Dollars — Make the time to attend any benefits educational programs that your employer offers. This is your chance to learn and ask questions about your benefits. [Forbes]

11 Things You Didn't Know Tea Bags Could Be Used For — The tannins in tea helps tenderize meat. Allow the meat to marinate in strong black tea for at least a few hours before it goes in the oven. [PopSugar Smart Living]

5 Tips for a Productive Home Office — The type and amount of light in your office can affect your productivity. Try using daylight color-balanced high-powered CFL bulbs to keep you alert. [Productivity501]

These are all the stores staying closed on Thanksgiving Day — Among the stores that will be closed on Turkey Day are Costco, Sam's Club, Home Depot, IKEA, and Nordstrom.

Other Essential Reading

Layoff to start-up: 8 tips from a successful entrepreneur — No matter what business you're in, remember that It's about the people. Do your best to resolve any issues with clients and employees. [Get Rich Slowly]

4 Things To Know About Making Money — Don't wait to ask for a raise if your performance shows that you deserve a rate bump now. (Just make sure that you can prove it.) [Get Out of Debt Guy]

Six spending habits of fiendishly frugal people — It isn't always necessary to spend money out of fairness. [Mighty Bargain Hunter]

Ways Reduce Pain, Cravings, and Anxiety without Drugs — Yoga is a great tool to use against chronic stress. [A Daring Adventure]

5 Ways for Working Parents to Be Involved With Their Child's School — If you're unable to help out on the school site, see if there is any volunteer work that you can bring home. [Parenting Squad]

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