Best Money Tips: 20 Foods You're Throwing Out Too Soon

By Amy Lu on 1 June 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on 20 foods you might be throwing out too soon, tips to get the most out of your garage sale, and tasks that you can easily outsource.

Top 5 Articles

20 Foods You Might Be Chucking Out Too Soon — When storing cheese in your fridge, wrap it in wax paper to keep the excess moisture out. Rubbing butter on a hard cheese will keep it from drying too soon! [StepChange MoneyAware]

Sixteen tips to get the most out of your garage sale – and 11 things you shouldn't really sell — Stage your sale and be sure to keep things neat and orderly. [The Monitor]

5 Tasks You Can Outsource — Hire someone to manage your email or social media accounts if you find that they're bogging you down. [Grad Money Matters]

5 times to leave landscaping to the professionals — Have a professional come in if your landscaping will involve water. [Get Rich Slowly]

How to Clean Your Toilet (Without Feeling Totally Grossed Out) — Step 1: Remove everything around your toilet so you can spray the area without worrying about anything getting damaged. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Other Essential Reading

5 Financial Tips for Starting a Business — Have a "pull-the-cord" strategy so you know when to jump ship without devastating your personal finances. [Mint Life]

10 Tips for Living on One Income So You Can Quit Your Job — Consider becoming a one-car family. This will allow you to save on gas, insurance, and other expenses. [Money Talks News]

5 Reasons You Shouldn’t Give Your Email Out Like Candy — Your email often doubles as a user ID, which makes it easy for hackers and scammers to access your accounts. [Credit.com]

5 Tips To Spring Clean Your Kitchen Pantry! — Store opened packages in air-tight containers to keep its contents from going stale. This also ensures that ants, roaches, mice, and other critters won't be able to get to it. [Moms Need to Know]

Are You Really Ready for Baby to Arrive? The Conversation You Must Have — Make sure to revisit your health and life insurance options before a new baby arrives. [Parenting Squad]

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