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How I Erased $70,000 of Debt and Became an Eventual Millionaire

Money can give you freedom or make you stuck. You have the power to change your future, and it all begins with your money. You want your money to work for you; you don't want to work for your money. I know, because I learned the hard way. […]

Forget Your Weaknesses and Build on Your Strengths to Find Success

Best-selling author Robert Greene writes, "To rise to the level of mastery requires many hours of dedicated focus and practice. […]

10 Fun and Delicious Ways to Use Tortillas

One of the most versatile food items in your pantry is not a spice or vegetable — it's a tortilla. Whether you stock your kitchen with flour tortillas or corn, you can expand your menu with these low cost, readily available products. (See also: Homemade Gluten-Free Flour Tortillas) The many uses include substitutions for bread, pizza crust, and even dessert. […]

Best Money Tips: Start Earning More Money Today

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on ways to start earning more money, combining your finances, and how much you need to earn to buy a home. Top 5 Articles The Easiest Ways to Start Earning More Money Today — If you want to start earning money today, use your tech skills or make something. […]

15 Bad Networking Habits That Will Kill Your Job Prospects

For those facing the competitive arena of the job market you likely know that networking with other people in your peer group and beyond could be the ideal way to get your foot in the next door with a job opening. Networking has helped many land great jobs. […]

You Are Lying to Yourself About Your Money

In a recent survey, most Americans give the average American a failing grade when it comes to personal finance, while those same respondents give themselves an A or B. It shows very clearly that there is a disconnect between how we perceive our own financial responsibilities and how we perceive those of the public at large. We know somehow that there's a problem with the way we handle our money, y […]

Declutter Now: Simple Rules You Must Follow to Stay Clutter Free

It's almost time for spring cleaning! If you're at all like me, the very prospect of trying to clean the entire house is overwhelming. But this year I was determined to get the job done — and I even did it early, because we just moved and I didn't want to take our extra stuff with us or have it build up right after we moved in. […]

12 Gross Jobs That Pay Pretty Well

"Where there's muck, there's brass" is an expression frequently used in Britain. I know I heard it a lot growing up, and it remains true today. Brass is a slang term for money in the UK, for obvious reasons, and muck can mean any type of dirt, or even manure. […]

Best Money Tips: Tricks To Make Your Brain Do What You Want

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some stellar articles on tricks to make your brain do what you want, taking a mental health day, and federal income tax brackets. Top 5 Articles 10 Simple Tricks To Make Your Brain Do What You Want — Make your brain do what you want by trashing negative thoughts with movement and music. […]

This Trick Could Help You Finally Pay Off Your Debt

There are some people who are able to make and keep promises to themselves. When they say that they will stop eating ice cream every night or that they will send an extra $1000 to their credit card company every month, they do it. […]