Best Money Tips: Effective Ways to Communicate Better at Work


Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on how to communicate better at work, easy habits that will help you curb monthly spending, and tips for moving to a new city.

Top 5 Articles

How To Communicate Better At Work — What happens after a conversation can be just as important. Follow-through makes the communication more effective. [Productivity Theory]

Five Easy Habits to Pick Up to Curb Monthly Spending — If you're paid every two weeks, spread out your monthly bill payments so that you have about the same amount left over from each check. [Money Spruce]

How to Move to a New City — Create a moving budget so you know how much you need to save for the move. Factor in expenses like broker fees, security deposits, moving companies, possible storage, furniture and at least the first month’s rent. [Listen Money Matters]

5 Amazing Things No One Ever Tells You About Therapy — A therapist will listen to you vent — and then help you come up with realistic solutions and actions for your life. [PopSugar Smart Living]

5 Ways to Reduce Stress in Your Home — Set aside a few minutes each day to just relax.  [Saving Dollars & Sense]

Other Essential Reading

How to Network Without Wasting Time — Try spreading your time out to other related but different fields that could connect you to new leads. [Due]

Here Are 7 Careers That Don’t Require A Traditional Office — Personal chefs don't need a brick-and-mortar office. You cook in the kitchen, and any office duties can be dealt with on a dining table. [Life Upgrade]

Love the Mountains? These 12 Resorts are Hiring Thousands of Seasonal Jobs — Many of the jobs require little to no experience and the resorts provide you with training and certifications! [The Penny Hoarder]

How to Know When It’s Time to Move On From Your Job — Not receiving any feedback from your manager or supervisor is a red flag that you probably won't be able to move forward professionally with this employer. [Everything Finance]

How to Deal When Your Kid Suddenly Hates School — Kids often begin to dread school once the newness has worn off, but if you think something at school is contributing to their unhappiness, ask open-ended questions about their day to get the details. [Parenting Squad]

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