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Why You Should Follow Google's 20% Rule

Google is consistently mentioned as one of the greatest companies to work for, and it's not hard to see why. They have sweet perks, super-smart people creating products that millions of people use, and a unique mentality about work. It's that very mentality that drives their policy of 20% time. […]

Website 101: How to Build a Site and Get It Online

For the technology-challenged person, the idea of creating your own website may seem overwhelming, perhaps even impossible. This is why a lot of people hire web designers. […]

Best Money Tips: 4 Ways to Fight Procrastination

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips roundup! Today, we share tips to fight procrastination, make money by watching TV, process the odds and ends around your house, and easy ways to make a difference. Top 5 Articles How to Overcome Procrastination: 4 Classic and Essential Tips — Tackle the hardest task of the day first. […]

Black Friday Deals: A Sneak Peek

ShareThisLook for a sneak peek at some hot Black Friday Deals? Several stores have already released their discount lists. We’ve got the round-up right here.     Kohls is planning to open at 3am on Friday November 26, and at 6am on Saturday November 27. […]

6 Festive, Frugal Ways to Spruce Up Your Home for the Holidays

Commit this to memory: There is such a thing as too much. Ever been to someone’s home at holiday time, and it looked as if the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Gaudy got blitzed on eggnog and vomited yuletide cheer all over the place? Singing wreaths on every door. Electric candles in all the windows. […]

Canned vs. Dried Beans: Which Are Cheaper?

When it comes to cutting your grocery bill, switching from prepared foods to their dried counterparts can often save you a good chunk of change. Looking for a good place to start? […]

How to Live in a Big City on a Small-Town Budget

Many young professionals and recent college grads dream of moving to the big city. Big cities offer excitement, culture, and activities that are hard to match in smaller locales. Plus, there are oodles of other young people to meet for the single set. […]

Advertising Jargon That Aims to Mislead

As an advertising professional, I have often had to use phrases and headlines that stretched the truth a little. Sometimes, a lot. I have never lied, unless it was blatant for the sake of humor (beer so strong, the bar prices are in Braille). […]