Best Money Tips: Overpriced Grocery Items to Skip

By Amy Lu on 5 January 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on overpriced grocery items to skip, ways to make your work day easier, and the best outdoor adventure vacation destinations on a budget.

Top 5 Articles

8 Overpriced Grocery Items to Skip — The next time you reach for pre-sliced produce, consider that you're paying about 35% more for the convenience. [PopSugar Smart Living]

10 Tips to Make Your Work Day Easier — Don't over-plan your day. No one needs to have back-to-back meetings! [Time Management Ninja]

9 Cheap and Exciting Travel Destinations — You can explore the world on a budget. [Bustle]

Money Myths That Prevent Us From Building Wealth – Buying a home isn't always a better investment than renting. [Quizzle Wire]

Five Reasons Your Budget Isn't Working — Simply creating a budget won't solve all your financial woes. Once you have a budget, you'll also need to track your spending closely. [The Simple Dollar]

Other Essential Reading

8 Signs You Probably Don't Need More Protein — You generally only need about a gram of protein per pound of bodyweight. [Mark's Daily Apple]

15 Ways to Have a Fun and Cheap Family Night — Head over to Tinker Lab and learn how to build a clip fort! [Christian PF]

The Three Rules to Borrowing Money to Friends and Family — Have some kind of proof that money had changed hands — a duplicate check, bank statement, or deposit receipt — just in case. [Clever Dude]

What to Do When Simply Saving and Working Isn't Getting the Job Done — If you can't seem to handle your debts on your own, consider getting help from a non-profit debt consolidation agency. [Free Money Wisdom]

9 Unique Exercise Options for Moms — So you've decided to exercise more — now what? Pick up an adult-sized hula hoop and spin away! [Parenting Squad]

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