Infrequently Discussed But Nonetheless Ubiquitous Ways to Improve Your Bottom Line

by Jessica Hagy

Do not forget that you can always set your own exchange rate:

Toenail clippers are cheaper than new socks:

The medical bills incurred from your inevitable heart attack will be higher than the salary the heart attack-causing job pays you anyway:

Besides, because life isn’t fair, so you can probably find something to be grossly overcompensated for doing instead:

Being a not-bad person pays better dividends than being an abusive drunk, no matter how good a deal that place’s happy hour is:

It’s cheaper to make something awesome than it is to make mediocre stuff and then try to promote it:

Sitting up straight often makes you look classier than wearing designer clothes:

Proper oral hygiene is always a rock-solid investment:

Jessica Hagy ponders around and draws pictures. You can find more of her doodles at Indexed, Forbes, and Smithsonian.com.

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