A first job teaches plenty about getting and keeping a job. A first paycheck teaches us a few things about getting and keeping money, too.
You've tried and tried to control your spending, but still it gets away from you? Make spending something you dislike and watch your savings grow.
These qualities managers say they look for in employees could be the difference between getting a raise and getting a pink slip.
Floaty, foamy pool noodles have a million and one uses. Here are 20 to get you started.
Imitation is the highest form of flattery. And if you imitate the right people, you might start earning more — a lot more.
The rich are different — they have more money. Here's how to fake it until you have more money, too.
From improved lung function to a fitter midsection, a hearty laugh offers plenty of unexpected health benefits. No joke!
Where does the time go? Who knows, but without these 15 must-have time and labor savers, it would go even faster.
Nobody wants to be the one who fouls the room with stinky breath. Take a few simple steps to keep your exhalations modest and inoffensive.
Where has the day gone? Maybe you've wasted it on one or more of these little time sinks.
It's not your fault if the other driver has poor impulse control, but you really should avoid these rage inducing driving behaviors.
Back pain makes everything harder — even relaxing. Try these easy exercises that strengthen back muscles and can help prevent injury and pain.
Even food shopping pros may be unaware of these grocery store secrets.
Look around your home. Do you possess many of these talismans of the self-confident?
All small purchases add up quickly and ruin budgets, but these wastes are just silly — or even harmful. Find out what not to buy.
Keeping up with your spendy friends gets expensive. Let them know you're on a budget without making a big deal about it.
While high schoolers don't often have complicated financial lives, money is still part of growing up. Many early lessons carry on to adulthood.
You know you should be budgeting and saving, and that just makes you feel worse when you don't. Escape the shame cycle and control your money.
Saving more money is easy once you set your mind to it. Start doing so with these simple savings strategies.
Books? Yep! Houses? Absolutely! Swimwear? Ack, no! Those and other thrift store buys sorted into best and worst.
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