Best Money Tips: Things to Bring to a Job Interview
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some stellar articles on things to bring to a job interview, getting a free education at your fingertips, and easy home organizing tips.
Top 5 Articles
5 Things to Bring to a Job Interview — Be sure to bring a reference sheet and your resume to a job interview. [PopSugar Smart Living]
A Free Education Is at Your Fingertips - 12 Ways — You can get a free education by checking out YouTube and Academic Earth. [And Then We Saved]
Say No to Clutter! 20 Easy and Useful DIY Home Organizing Tips — To get your home uncluttered, organize your cords and utilize hidden storage. [Lifehack]
How to Earn an Extra $1.4 Million in Two Steps — Negotiating a higher starting salary can help you earn an extra $1.4 million. [Free Money Finance]
Building an Emergency Fund Isn’t as Annoying as You Think — If you get frustrated with building your emergency fund, remember you won't be funding it forever. [Frugal Confessions]
Other Essential Reading
18 Ways You're Making Your Life Harder Than It Has to Be — If you have an all or nothing mentality, you are making your life harder than it has to be. [Marc and Angel Hack Life]
5 Easy Ways to Brighten Someone Else's Day — Making someone a home made meal or complimenting them can brighten their day. [Dumb Little Man]
8 Tips to Get Back on the School Schedule — Regaining consistency and going to bed earlier can get your kids back on the school schedule. [Parenting Squad]
Are Glass Screen Protectors Better Than Plastic Ones? — Plastic screen protectors may be cheaper, but glass ones tend to be tougher. [Lifehacker]
How to Go Back to Work If You're Already Retired — Want to go back to work even though you are already retired? Check community resources to update your resume or practice interviewing. [Canadian Finance Blog]
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