Put life's regrets aside for a moment and focus on these anti-regrets. You don't want to look back on your life and say, "I wish I did that!" right?
Everybody knows debt is terri-bad for finances and futures. But do you realize exactly how many wonderful things you could do if you were debt-free?
Friends in need are friends indeed. When trouble strikes, big or small, who you gonna call? Somebody from your must have list of emergency contacts!
One secret of productivity is knowing when to call it a day. Enjoy more time to yourself and with family and friends by actively guarding your time with these tips.
You already know that a midday power nap is good for productivity. Learn what else a nap is good for — and the best way to take one.
You really shouldn't marry for money, but couples who say yes do help themselves financially. Discover some of the great ways you can save money if you're hitched.
Hey! You've gotten pretty good at your hobby, and everybody says you'd make some real money at it if you tried. But should you?
Feel like your to-do list just goes on and on, no matter what you do? Try these (especially #5), and see if you aren't closer to "done."
Even the matinee is expensive these days, but with these 13 options, you always catch a flick for free.
Free stuff is pretty awesome, right? Here are the best places to find all the freebies you can handle.
Don't ever click "Buy" unless you have a discount code. Here's where to find those coupon codes, no matter where you shop.
Not every steal is a deal — sometimes they're just steals. Make sure you aren't getting roped in by these 10 freebies.
If money's tight or if you're trying to reach a lofty savings goal, try cutting spending to the bone with these extreme cost cutters.
Think you'll never be able to afford your dream vacation? Think again! These 15 savings techniques will get you there.
Get all of your sleep cycles in by creating a fast and efficient morning routine that leaves you more time to snooze.
While retirement itself may seem an impossible dream, with good planning and aggressive saving, you may be able to actually retire — early.
A Wise Bread writer and super-successful micro-subletter shares tips and advice on living large on a small hospitality business — and you can too.
If you follow these suggestions, you can become the only person you know who doesn't procrastinate. Stop waiting, start reading, and start getting things done!
The average American's tax refund is about $3000. Here are 50 ways to put it to better-than-average use.
Almost everything is negotiable, and these 10 everyday costs are no exception. Read this list and start paying less!
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