With life’s busy schedule, it’s hard for most of us to dig through all the information thrown our way. Each week we scour the media universe to find the most interesting and helpful articles so you don’t have to. Take a look at what we’re reading this week.
How to make more money in 2019
Let’s face it — we all need money to live, and most of us would like a little more money. There is plenty of advice out there to help you save more or make lucrative investments, but not as much on how to make more money to begin with. If you’re looking for a little more change in your pocket, check out this guide. (Lifehacker)
Working-parent trick for doing 9 million loads of laundry
Laundry is a fact of life. And while some folks can get away with only a load or two every couple of weeks, others are seemingly doomed to endless spin cycles. This article has the secret to kickstarting your laundry routine and saving time for anyone who needs it. (PureWow)
How to find financial harmony with your partner
It’s no secret that financial disputes can tear a relationship apart. If you’re in a serious relationship, it’s important to start a conversation about money and continue the conversation as time goes on to make sure you’re both on the same page. Here’s how to get your relationship in shape for that conversation. (Fox Business)
Young people are doomed by student loans, not the national debt
The national debt hit a record high of $22 trillion this week, alarming economists and lawmakers alike. But young people are and should be far less concerned as long as they have student debt haunting them. (Vice)
5 easy ways to protect your digital privacy in 2019
With hacks and data breaches happening nearly every week and affecting almost every industry, it might seem like a good time to throw out all your electronics and move into the woods. Thankfully, there are less drastic measures you can take to maintain your connections online and protect yourself from hackers. (Consumer Reports)
Though MTV’s hit show Catfish has been on since 2012, people are still getting burned in online relationships. But according to the Federal Trade Commission, those looking for love online aren’t just getting scammed emotionally, but financially too. (NPR)
How to recover from a job interview fumble
We’ve all been there. You send in a flawless resume, score the interview, come in prepared and then bomb your first impression. Interviews can be difficult no matter how much you prepare, and sometimes we don’t present our best selves when we need to. Here’s what you can and should do if you fumble your first interview. (Brit +Co)
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