Best Money Tips: How to Get Along With Anyone

By Amy Lu on 30 October 2014 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some excellent articles on how to get along with anyone, tried-and-true frugal living tips, and last-minute Halloween savings.

Top 5 Articles

How to Get Along With Almost Anyone (It's Easier Than You Think) — Pay attention, be curious, and compliment often — that's all it takes! [Embrace Possibility]

66 Tried-and-Tested Tips for a Frugal Life — Run a cheap disposable razor over woolen clothing to remove the pilling and renew your sweaters. [PopSugar Smart Living]

6 Super Simple Last-Minute Savings Tricks to Celebrate Halloween on a Budget — Instead of buying an entire costume, only purchase one or two key elements and build the rest of your get-up with clothes and accessories you already have. [Credit Sesame]

8 Ways to Make Boring Tasks More Bearable — Singing and dancing while you do chores will make the time pass more quickly. [Pakwired]

Top 3 Mistakes I Made as a Freelancer (and How to Avoid Them) — Don't overwhelm yourself with information on becoming an expert in your field. You'll never have all the answers, but you can take action from what you've learned. [Careful Cents]

Other Essential Reading

10 Ideas to Successful and Happy Retirement — While it's important to plan ahead and have adequate income to retire comfortably, developing new hobbies and interests before your retirement can make you happier as well. [Retire Happy]

Should You Buy a Bigger House? Take These Into Consideration First! — A larger home means higher taxes, more maintenance costs, and generally getting more stuff to furnish the home. [Free From Broke]

How to Be a Better Manager — Stay positive even when things go wrong. Getting angry in public will not help your team's morale. [Grad Money Matters]

5 Things Not to Do Before You Close on Your Mortgage — While you're waiting to close on your mortgage, don't make any large purchases. [Quizzle Wire]

Halloween Crafts for Kids: A Creative Roundup — Learn how to make puffy ghosts and plastic cup jack-o-lanterns! [Parenting Squad]

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