Best Money Tips: How to Improve Your Working Memory

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on ways to improve your working memory, how other people can affect your health, and some ideas for DIY indoor herb gardens.

Top 5 Articles

Think Better on Your Feet: How to Improve Your Working Memory — Brain-training games have gotten more popular in the past few years, but make sure you're playing the right ones. Look for dual n-back games if you want to improve your memory. [The Art of Manliness]

4 Surprising Ways Other People Affect Your Health — No one exists in a vacuum. Other people can — and do! — influence our physiology as well as our ongoing health. [Mark's Daily Apple]

DIY Indoor Herb Garden Ideas — If you have an empty wall that get a lot of sunlight, you can use the space for a hanging garden of your favorite herbs. [Frugal Village]

What You Should Do If You're Stumped During an Interview — Don't immediately say, "I don’t know." Mull it over and see if you can come to an answer… just make sure not to make something up. [PopSugar Smart Living]

10 Easy Ways to a Whiter Teeth Without Spending Too Much — Swishing a tablespoon of coconut oil can draw out stains and bacteria from your teeth and gums. [Dumb Little Man]

Other Essential Reading

8 Dollar Store Halloween Costume Must Haves — You can find a lot of gear and accessories at a dollar store to piece together a princess or pirate costume. [Shopper Strategy]

How to Get the Best Mortgage Rates? 12 Home Loan Tips — Don't be afraid to shop around for the best rate. Your credit score may go down temporarily if several lenders pull it at the same time, but mortgage lenders will take that into account when evaluating your score. [SuperMoney]

How College Students Can Balance Work and Education — Working while you're in school can be extremely difficult. If possible, plan your work schedule in advance to make time for exams and any extra studying you may need to do for those exams. [Everything Finance]

Being more productive by hiring some help — When you hire someone to help you out, whether in the house or the office, be very clear what you expect them to do as well as the aspects of the job that they can do however they like. [Unclutterer]

The Most Eco-Friendly Ways to Cut Utility Bills — Your kitchen consumes more energy than any other room in the house. If you can use the microwave, toaster oven or a crockpot instead of the oven, go with the smaller appliance. [Nature Moms Blog]

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