Best Money Tips: The Right Way to Multitask

By Amy Lu on 6 October 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Kinhxaydung's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on the right way to multitask, products you should definitely buy online, and the things extremely likeable people do.

Top 5 Articles

— You'll spread yourself too thin if you try to do everything at the same time. Limit your multitasking to two big tasks at once, making sure that they're both rewarding tasks that you're motivated to do. [Lifehacker]

— When buying a car, you can start your negotiations online. This makes it easier to compare prices and inventory across dealers before you step onto the lot. [The Monitor]

— Likeable people accept that others will disagree with them and know that their way may not be the best way for other people. [PopSugar Smart Living]

— Do you have old cell phones, laptops, tablets, and other devices lying around? Resale sites like uSell, Gazelle and NextWorth will buy your electronics — even damaged ones! [Kiplinger]

— It used to be that you learn about finances from your parents or at school. These days, there are a variety of resources, and it's easy as pie to take them wherever you go. Stop by Experian's #CreditChat on Wednesday, October 5 at 3 p.m. ET for a discussion on the many ways to gain financial literacy. [Experian]

Other Essential Reading

— A dramatic overhaul of your finances can look impressive at first, but they're difficult to incorporate into your life. If you want your better money habits to stick, break down your goals and start with small changes. [Canadian Finance Blog]

— Make your money go as far as possible! Travel to places where your currency gets at least 30% more value than where you live. You'll probably go off the tourist track, but that's part of the adventure. [The Money Principle]

— It takes practice to develop conscious, mindful communication between partners. To have a great, lasting relationship, both parties need to hold back angry, unhelpful words. [Marc & Angel Hack Life]

— There are certain times during the day when you really need to take your time. You'll only get more stressed if you try to rush through planning your day or driving to work. [Time Management Ninja]

— Sign up for a weekly class to spend some time with yourself and learn something new! [Parenting Squad]

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