Summer's almost here! Give your finances the bikini bod they deserve and breeze through summer.
The price of oil keeps on dropping — and that's good, right? Mostly, but there are some negatives, too, even if you don't work in the oil patch.
Today we found some great articles on energy secrets for 9-to-5ers, life skills you develop by traveling the world, and ways to stay relevant in your career.
The oil bust has resulted in cheap gas for most of us. But for some of us with jobs dependent on oil, the bust is beginning to exact a terrible toll.
Make the most of your time away by following good productivity habits. You'll enjoy yourself and find the time and energy for more fun stuff, too.
Feeling exhausted? Nearing burnout? It may be because of these unexpected drags on your mental energy. Get rid of them and get more energy.
Big utility bill sinking your budget? Make the planet and your wallet greener by plugging up these five surprising home energy leaks.
If you enjoy the jolt of caffeine, but don't enjoy coffee or soda, soon you'll be able to get your stimulant boost from a convenient spray applied directly to the skin.
After traveling to Europe and Australia, one writer has learned a several energy-saving tips that he's eager to bring home.
If you're sleepy, sluggish, or feeling sapped, don't just sit there — try these tricks to get your energy back up.
You'll find power guzzlers in both likely and unlikely places around your home. But by making some fairly painless changes, you can see big savings.
Time is money, but only if you are using your time... energetically.
What is the most important quality to determining employee success? According to author Robert Sutton, nothing is as crucial as "energy."
Saving water is not only good for the planet, it can be a highly efficient way to cut your water and energy bills (energy to heat the water).
A few times I've written a post that I thought was good, but that seemed to vanish into the blogosphere without a trace. On my two-year anniversary of writing for Wise Bread, I
Your water heater can account for 13% of home energy costs. The good news is that there are small, easy tweaks you can make to lower those costs and conserve energy at the same ti
Stephen Leeb's new book makes that case that we're running into resource limits on every front--energy, metals, water--and that this problem is going to affect everything we do. T
I've tried to avoid predicting energy prices, except to say that they'll be volatile. I'm not a bit surprised to see oil and gasoline prices dropping by half in the past few month
In this day and age of the internet, free Google 411 and a host of other paperless directory services, what use do the big, fat phone directories serve? I don’t know about you, but
Whenever I write a post about energy, I point out that we know it's possible to have a high standard of living while using less energy--people in European countries do, so it must
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