Cheese won't get mold as fast if you take care that you ONLY hold the crust when using the cheese.
The bacteria on your hands cause, a large part of the mold on the cheese.
If cheese is kept too long, there may be mold on it. This can be prevented by placing a lump of sugar between the cheese and the pack.
Cheese is much longer and better preserved without mold; Place the cheese on kitchen paper in between two sugar cubes in a well closed container ones draws the moisture than in the sugar and the cheese remains dry, and tasty, replace the lumps if they are soaked.
All kinds of several leftovers cheese (Brie, Camembert, blue-veined, gorgonzola, and the like) can be stored easily in the freezer to process afterwards in sauces, soups, ...
If you have very soft cheese, wrinkling when you scrape it, you can put a piece of paper to make the cut surface of the cheese slicer. It sounds weird, but try it, it really works!