Having a green thumb is not only a great skill to have — it can also save you big bucks!
A great way to increase your earning potential is through continuing education. These online tools will get you there.
Americans used to be so good at basic skills — like saving money. Things have gone a bit downhill since the 1950s.
New hobbies often come with hefty price tags. Jump into these right away with tools and materials you probably already have on hand.
Need to add a competitive edge to your resume? Learn a second language!
If you've topped out too soon in your career, maybe it's time to switch. While starting over is hard, the rewards are often worth it. Go ahead, jump!
Ever wonder how those at the top got there? Follow in their footsteps with these job skills and you will get there, too.
Oh, how the times have changed — and not always for the better. Today's tech has all but rendered these once-crucial life skills obsolete.
Red Solo cups and calling AAA just won't cut it anymore. Embrace your 30s by mastering the skills essential to adulthood.
Take DIY to the next level (and save money) with this collection of easy-to-acquire homesteading skills.
The one with the most skills at the end wins. Add to your repertoire with this collection of essential frugal life skills.
Think of these mistakes as the low-hanging fruit of kitchen disasters. Eliminate these common errors and enjoy better meals and less fuss.
Stop paying someone else to do things you can do. You're more than capable of learning these 10 skills, and you'll save hundreds per year.
One way to spend less is to take up a fun hobby. Try one of these great ones, and you may even improve yourself and your bank account along the way too.
Today we found some stellar articles on selling your skills as an older worker, schooling yourself post graduation, and preventing identity theft for your children.
Don't complain about your job without doing anything — make a positive career change right now with one (or more!) of these techniques.
Competence is comfortable — but maybe it shouldn't be. Doing things you're bad at has some serious mental, physical, and emotional benefits.
Want to impress potential employers and current bosses alike? Then it's time to learn some basic web coding. Here's why.
Want to improve your resume and general workplace awesomeness? Try taking on one of these fun (and surprisingly useful) activities.
From online classes to in-person demonstrations and more, check out these 15 ways to learn something new — no fee required.
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