Erinn Bucklan

Erinn Bucklan
Is This Job a Good Fit? Here’s How to Find Out

Is This Job a Good Fit? Here’s How to Find Out

Let’s face it: There are a lot of people who don’t like their jobs.

A 2017 State of the American Workplace report by Gallup found that just 34 percent of “professional workers” were “engaged” with their work. If…

6 Ways to Save Big On Your Monthly Bills

6 Ways to Save Big On Your Monthly Bills

Who isn’t turned off by high bills? I am, yet I’ll go months, even years, without investigating ways to cut them down, even when it could mean saving thousands. The obvious reason: I think I don’t know…

6 Ways to Win People Over at Work

6 Ways to Win People Over at Work

Before there was “The Power of Positive Thinking” and “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People,” there was Dale Carnegie’s “How to Win Friends and Influence People,” arguably one of the first self-help bestsellers in history. Since Carnegie…

6 Ways Having Sex Makes You Smarter

6 Ways Having Sex Makes You Smarter

The same host of hormones and chemicals that turn you on also impact other brain processes that help you think clearly, boost your memory and improve your problem-solving skills.

So a dry spell doesn’t just mean you’re…

7 Ways to Rebrand Yourself for Success

7 Ways to Rebrand Yourself for Success

How do you stay relevant in an ever-changing job market? Hint: It’s not hard work. Sure, you need to put in some hours and effort. But whether that translates to success has a lot more to do with…

How to Quit a Toxic Work Environment

How to Quit a Toxic Work Environment

There are many reasons why you may find yourself in a toxic work environment: an awful boss, office bullying from cliquey coworkers, a total lack of communication, or unrealistic expectations that keep you you working around the clock. And some…

Be More Productive by Saying Yes to Less

Be More Productive by Saying Yes to Less

Our culture applauds those who work too hard, but what happens when you’re so overwhelmed that the net effect is hardly working?

Yes, we survived this month and met our the deadlines, but is our current overly stressed…

Dreaming About Money? What Does It Mean?

Dreaming About Money? What Does It Mean?

Before you shake your head and say that dreams have no impact on your waking life, consider this: Scientists have found that they can actually affect our daytime behavior.

In research published in the journal Social Psychological and Personality Science…

How Do You Know It’s Time For a New Job?

How Do You Know It’s Time For a New Job?

Sometimes you know it’s time to start looking for a new job because there’s a big red flag flapping in the wind, like dissatisfaction from your boss or major company upheavals. But there may be less obvious indications…

Ways Your Bad Boss Is Hurting You

Ways Your Bad Boss Is Hurting You

If you’ve ever had a bad boss, you’re not alone (just read through comments from other DailyWorth readers to see how common this is). Awful treatment from higher-ups doesn’t just make the workday…

What Are Our Odds for Divorce?

What Are Our Odds for Divorce?

There’s no guaranteed way to divorce-proof your marriage, but there are some research-backed predictors for how long your relationship might last. They have nothing to do with chemistry — instead, they’re all about the…

Where Can You Live on 53,000 a Year?

Where Can You Live on 53,000 a Year?

The median household income in the United States is about $53,657. Whether you consider this a lot or a little to live on often depends on where you live — the price of everything from housing to gas fluctuates based…

When Bad Behavior at Work Is Good

When Bad Behavior at Work Is Good

You’ve likely heard this standard career advice at one point or another: Be decisive, devote every waking hour to your job, maintain a calm and cool demeanor. But some behaviors that are considered inappropriate, like being passive-aggressive or…

Psychological Tricks to Use at Work

Psychological Tricks to Use at Work

You might be kicking butt and taking names at work — knocking out stellar presentations, solving complex problems, and delivering solid results. But if you’re looking to get an edge, it’s time to turn away from traditional job advice…

How to Budget Money Without a Budget

How to Budget Money Without a Budget

Can’t seem to keep a budget? Don’t be too hard on yourself — you’re not alone. Only one in three Americans say they have a detailed household budget, according to a recent Gallup survey. And the difficulty in…

How to Stop Sabotaging Yourself

How to Stop Sabotaging Yourself

It’s easy to blame outside factors when your life doesn’t feel quite right, but what if it’s not your job, your roommate, or your upbringing that’s holding you back? There are plenty of reasons you may…