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 avoid financial infidelity with your partner
Couples fight about money all the time. But if you’re like 71% of these survey respondents, you’ve also lied to your significant other about money or a financial issue. Not only does this create distrust in a relationship, but it also probably doesn’t help the financial problem. Check out this guide to avoiding financial infidelity. (Fox Business)
11 Mother’s Day gifts for ‘mums’ obsessed with the royal family
If your mom is counting down the days until Duchess Meghan gives birth, you need to check out this list. With everything from “royal bingo” to Kate Middleton-approved essential oil, you’ll be sure to make your own queen happy with one of these presents. (PureWow)
Best online grocery delivery services
In this day and age you don’t even have to leave your house to go grocery shopping — so why would you? But before you hit up your go-to delivery service, you may want to compare with other companies. Check out this list that ranks online grocery delivery and can help you save money. (Consumer Reports)
Why do we still use QWERTY keyboards?
The most common layout for English keyboards dates back to the 19th century, but why hasn’t it been updated since then? NPR’s Planet Money investigates the economic lessons we can learn from our reliance on QWERTY. (NPR)
10 signs you’re more stressed than you think
Typically when we get stressed out, we know it. But sometimes little things could be building up in the recesses of your mind without you realizing that they’re taking a major toll on your mental wellness. Learn how to spot the signs of hidden stress and how to tackle it. (Brit + Co.)
What to expect as you’re shopping for a new or used car
If you’re looking to show up to summer with some new wheels, read this guide first. Whether you’re looking for something new or something that’s just new to you, make sure you understand the process and know what to expect. (Yahoo! Finance)
Comma mistakes you might be making
No matter which side of the Oxford comma debate you take, make sure you know how to use this piece of punctuation. Up your grammar game and send expertly styled emails with this explainer on common comma mistakes. (The Everygirl)
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