Best Money Tips: Grocery Staples That'll Cost More This Summer

By Amy Lu on 12 June 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on grocery staples that will be more expensive this summer, ways to expand your comfort zone, and what you should have in an emergency kit.

Top 5 Articles

7 grocery staples more expensive this summer — The global banana crop is being threatened by a fungal disease, so the price of this tasty and convenient fruit has been rising over the past few months. [Get Rich Slowly]

10 Ways to Expand your Comfort Zone — Do things a little differently — take a different route to work, try different foods, or change the order of your morning routine. [Best Kept Self]

How to Put Together an Emergency Kit — Keep a good stock of canned food in your pantry, and don't forget a hand operated can opener! [Everybody Loves Your Money]

Save Money With Communal Living — We all know that living with a roommate or partner can save you money, but what if you multiplied that by 4, 10, or even 20? [SmartAsset]

24 Ways to Stay Sane in Your 20s — Use Meetup! It's a great way to check out cool events in your area and make new friends. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Other Essential Reading

11 Easy Ways To Save Money On Organic Food — Know what the food labels mean so you know if it's worth the extra cost. [Don't Pay Full]

12 Toxic Attitudes that Push Happiness Away From You — "I'm not good enough" is a lie! Challenge this false belief and others like it until it no longer has any power over you. [Marc and Angel Hack Life]

10 Small Ways to Make this the Least Stressful Summer of Your Life — Take time to appreciate the sunshine and warmth of summer! [The Positivity Blog]

6 Ways to Give Your Undivided Attention — Face the person that you are speaking with. It shows that you are giving them your full attention; it builds trust and stronger communication. [Time Management Ninja]

Put Those Random Gloves and Mittens to Fun Use — The Gloveables kit has everything your child needs to make a cute animal toy from loner gloves, mittens, and socks. [Parenting Squad]

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