Best Money Tips: Things Extremely Likeable People Do

By Amy Lu on 2 March 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on the things that extremely likeable people do, creative ways to build a work wardrobe for less, and simple ways to eat more plants.

Top 5 Articles

16 Things Extremely Likeable People Do — Extremely likeable people get off their phones when they're interacting with other people. [PopSugar Smart Living]

5 Creative Ways to Build a Professional Wardrobe on a Budget — Determine what your style is. Take into account things like your workplace dress code, functionality, and what styles you're drawn to. [Retired By 40]

5 Simple Habits to Get More Plants Into Your Diet — Try a new, veggie-packed recipe every week! [Pick The Brain]

Trip Tips to Cut the Cost of Spring Break in Half — Save money on meals by renting a room that has a kitchenette. [Money Talks News]

Are All-Inclusive Resorts Really Worth It? — If you really want to relax during your vacation, knowing that all your vacationing needs will be taken care of is probably worth the extra expense. [The Monitor]

Other Essential Reading

10 Natural Herbs You Should Stock Up On — Garlic helps when you have a fever, stomach ache, hemorrhoids, or if you need to manage your blood pressure. The best time to stock up is during fall. [Don't Pay Full]

5 Types of Freebies You Can Snag Today — Check out sites like AdvanceScreenings.com and Gofobo.com to get in on free advanced movie screenings in your area! [Bankrate

The Magic of Well-Used Spare Time — Using your spare time to grow yourself — learning new things, exploring new interests — may open new opportunities in the future. [Life Optimizer]

A Simple and Ruthless Way to Organize Your Junk Drawer — Get rid of all the junk in your junk drawer! Categorize the remaining items; make sure you actually have a use for them. [Organize to Revitalize!]

5 Reasons Your Young Child Should Be Bilingual — Learning a second language at a young age increases creativity, critical thinking skills, and boosts memory. [Parenting Squad]

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