Best Money Tips: Top Ways to Fix a Bad First Impression

By Amy Lu on 24 June 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on the best ways to fix a bad first impression, fun 3-ingredient summer cocktail recipes, and why you should always check prices when shopping on Amazon.

Top 5 Articles

Top 5 Ways to Reverse A Negative First Impression — Turn around and show a different side of your personality to reshape the original image that someone has of you. [Dumb Little Man]

10 Three-Ingredient Summer Cocktail Recipes — It doesn't get any more summery than whiskey and lemonade with a honey stick! [Smarty Cents]

Always check prices before buying on Amazon. Here's why. — There are multimillion dollar businesses devoted to buying things at retailers and reselling them on Amazon or eBay — at a premium. You can do a quick search on Google Shopping to check if you're getting something at the best price. [The Monitor]

11 Signs You Have Hoarding Tendencies — Are there areas in your home (like the dining table) that need to be cleared off before you can actually use it for its intended purpose? [PopSugar Smart Living]

7 Ways to Survive Summer Vacation With Your Family or Close Friends — When vacationing with a large group, it might be worth it to splurge on accommodations so that individual families have their own space. [Parenting Squad]

Other Essential Reading

4 Ways to Engage Your Customers — Use radio ads to reach out to potential customers! Many drivers still listen to the radio while they're on the road. [Clever Dude]

10 Ways to Make Extra Cash in College — Many freelance writing gigs are specifically looking for college students. [Debt Roundup]

5 Lazy Money Habits That Are Hurting Your Finances — If you use a credit card for your everyday purchases, make sure you're getting (and using!) rewards for it. [My Bank Tracker]

Traveler’s Rights — It's important to know what you're entitled to and how to get it before your flight is delayed, or your baggage is lost, or you're late for hotel check-in. [Listen Money Matters]

When to Say Yes, and When to Say No — If something makes you uncomfortable because it's outside your comfort zone, consider saying yes to see what opportunities may come up. But if it's uncomfortable because it's outside your moral code, then don't do it even if you're pressured to. [Aspiring Millionaire]

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