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Wise Bread Reloaded: The Surprisingly Easy Way to Defend Your Knees and Other Air Travel Tips

By now you've heard of the contretemps aboard an airliner last weekend during which one passenger prevented the seat in front of him from reclining through use of a device called the Knee Defender. Frustration ensued until the passenger seated ahead doused the passenger seated behind and the Captain diverted to another airport and both passengers were escorted off the plane. […]

Wise Bread Reloaded: The Surprisingly Easy Way to Defend Your Knees and Other Air Travel Tips

By now you've heard of the contretemps aboard an airliner last weekend during which one passenger prevented the seat in front of him from reclining through use of a device called the Knee Defender. Frustration ensued until the passenger seated ahead doused the passenger seated behind and the Captain diverted to another airport and both passengers were escorted off the plane. […]

Best Money Tips: Eat Better Food For Less

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on eating better food for less, making big life decisions, and cheap baby essentials under $30. Top 5 Articles Shop Like the French. You'll Eat Better Food For Less — Shopping often and buying whole foods can help you eat better food for less. […]

Best Money Tips: Eat Better Food For Less

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on eating better food for less, making big life decisions, and cheap baby essentials under $30. Top 5 Articles Shop Like the French. You'll Eat Better Food For Less — Shopping often and buying whole foods can help you eat better food for less. […]

Are You in the Wrong Career? Here's How to Tell

Welcome to the new normal: The average worker today stays in a job for 4.4 years. You should probably expect that number to get even lower as 91% of Millennials expect to stay in a job for less than three years. […]

Are You in the Wrong Career? Here's How to Tell

Welcome to the new normal: The average worker today stays in a job for 4.4 years. You should probably expect that number to get even lower as 91% of Millennials expect to stay in a job for less than three years. […]

The First 5 Things You Must Do After Getting Laid Off

A few weeks ago, I was laid off for the very first time. I managed to stay calm and do everything I needed to do to make sure I wouldn't end up on the streets in a month. I think it was the shock, but whatever the reason, it taught me that I am stronger than I realized and that I have a tremendous support system. […]

The First 5 Things You Must Do After Getting Laid Off

A few weeks ago, I was laid off for the very first time. I managed to stay calm and do everything I needed to do to make sure I wouldn't end up on the streets in a month. I think it was the shock, but whatever the reason, it taught me that I am stronger than I realized and that I have a tremendous support system. […]

7 Nice Ways to Tell Your Spendy Friends You're Staying on Budget

Unless you're invited to hang out at a friend's house, social invitations typically require spending money — going to the movies, grabbing a bite to eat, hitting an amusement park. Ignoring an invite or saying that you're busy can get you off the hook, but friends might get suspicious if you pull the same excuse over and over. […]

7 Nice Ways to Tell Your Spendy Friends You're Staying on Budget

Unless you're invited to hang out at a friend's house, social invitations typically require spending money — going to the movies, grabbing a bite to eat, hitting an amusement park. Ignoring an invite or saying that you're busy can get you off the hook, but friends might get suspicious if you pull the same excuse over and over. […]