Best Money Tips: How to Become a Better Listener

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on tips to become a better listener, ways to eat less sugar, and goals for a more organized life.

Top 5 Articles

5 Tips for Becoming a Better Listener — Ask open-ended questions and make "listening noises" to encourage the other person to elaborate. [Gretchen Rubin]

New Year's Resolution — Eat Less Sugar and 9 Ways to Get It Done — You can have better control of your sugar intake by buying unsweetened foods and adding natural sweeteners and flavors to taste. [Parenting Squad]

17 Goals For a More Organized Life in 2015 — Want to be more organized? Section off your drawers with plastic dividers — or simply cut up cardboard boxes and pop them in! [PopSugar Smart Living]

10 Steps for Creating the Easiest Outdoor Herb Garden — There's no need to start from scratch. Buy already-grown plants so you can see what you're cultivating and know if it's a project you want to keep up with. [She Budgets]

In case you missed it: 10 Supposedly Healthy Things That Are Actually Hurting You — Be careful of the vitamin levels in your system; overdosing on vitamin supplements can wreak havoc on your body. [Wise Bread]

Other Essential Reading

5 Great Free Apps For Organizing Your Receipts — Take a picture of your receipt with your smartphone, send it to your email account, and an app like OneReceipt or Itemize will automatically extract the data and itemize it for you. [A Cultivated Nest]

Top 5 Resume Mistakes to Avoid when Interviewing for a Job — If you say that you know a foreign language, be sure to also include your level of fluency. [Money Soldiers]

How to Make Money with Pinterest — Services like ShopSense will pay you for driving traffic to certain retailers. [Money Pantry]

4 Ways to Use the Cloud to Save Money — Make your important documents easily accessible, wherever you are, by storing them onto a secure cloud service. [One Smart Dollar]

Goals Versus Dreams — Goals and dreams are not the same thing, but you can set goals (which include a certain level of practicability) to achieve your dreams. [Listen Money Matters]

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