Best Money Tips: Everybody Should Know How to Cook These Foods

By Amy Lu on 8 September 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on recipes that everyone should know how to cook, creative ways to decorate pumpkins without carving them, and how NOT to pick a bank.

Top 5 Articles

12 Recipes Everyone Should Know How to Cook — These basic recipes are easy to master — and delicious! [StepChange MoneyAware]

35+ Ways to Decorate Pumpkins Without Carving — You don't always need a carving knife to dress up a pumpkin! This fall gourd is an excellent base for a tissue paper collage, a googly-eyed critter, or a hedgehog family. [PopSugar Smart Living]

How not to pick a bank — Don't choose a bank just for its special offers. Low fees, good rates, and convenient services are more important in the long run. [The Monitor]

Your Complete Guide To Buying A House — Planning to buy a house? This step-by-step guide will walk you through the process, from preparing your finances to closing. [Money Smart Guides]

How Keeping A Bullet-Point Journal Can Make You More Productive — A bullet journal can eliminate the stress of planning daily life tasks and big events. [Productivity Theory]

Other Essential Reading

Knowing the Best Time to Buy Can Save You Big Money — Be willing to walk away. The salesperson might decide to give you a better deal in order to make the sale. [The Frugal Toad]

5 Ways to Build Financial Security — Pay off any high-interest debt as soon as possible. [Money Spruce]

How to be Successful in Whatever you Do — The first step to being successful is believing that you can be successful. [The Savvy Scot]

Always Feel Bad When Not Working? Here Are 3 Steps to Get You Comfortable With Doing Nothing. — You don't get extra points for working yourself to death. Taking breaks regularly will actually help you be more productive. [Pick The Brain]

5 Tips to Help Put Meetings in Their Place — Block out time for your work before your schedule gets crammed with other people's meetings and agendas. [Time Management Ninja]

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