Best Money Tips: Ways to Reduce Stress at Work

By Amy Lu on 26 August 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on ways to reduce stress at work, things to do before you buy new clothes, and surprising ways to use tea bags.

Top 5 Articles

5 Ways To Reduce Stress In The Work Place — Listening to a co-worker vent isn't a bad thing…unless it starts to stress you out, too. Make sure you're taking care of yourself before you take on someone else's problems. [Pick The Brain]

8 Things You Should Do Before You Buy New Clothes — Think outside your department! Shop for plain t-shirts or socks in the men's section — they tend to be cheaper and better made than similar items for women. [Northern Cheapskate]

11 Things You Didn't Know Tea Bags Could Be Used For — Marinating meat with strong black tea will make it super tender! [PopSugar Smart Living]

As rents rise, remember these tips to stretch your dollar — Find out what is and isn't included with the rent, like utilities or laundry. [The Monitor]

7 Surprising Reasons You’re Attracting Toxic People — Generosity without boundaries can leave you vulnerable to people who would take advantage of your goodwill. [Marc and Angel Hack Life]

Other Essential Reading

10 Essential Questions To Ask At Every Interview — Ask if there is room to grow in the position that you are being offered. You don't want to be stuck in a dead-end job! [The Frugal Toad]

5 Reasons Your Budget Just Isn’t Working — Review your monthly expenses and make sure you're budgeting the right amounts in the right categories. [MoneyNing]

How to Deal With a Freelance Client Who Doesn’t Pay — Stay calm! Reach out to your client and determine the cause of non-payment, then work to resolve it. [Careful Cents]

How to Feel Rich (Even When You Think You're Poor) — What does it actually mean to be rich? [Live Your Legend]

How to Help Your Preschooler Learn to Read and Write — There are tons of books out there for beginning readers, but your child will be more excited about reading books that include their interests. [Parenting Squad]

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