Best Money Tips: Save $570/Year By Making These Foods at Home
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on how to save over $500 a year just by making certain foods at home, tips to organize your day for productivity, and ways to be a better leader at any age.
Top 5 Articles
Making These 6 Foods at Home is So Easy — and It Could Save You $570/Year — Hummus is easy to make at home, and the DIY version costs only half of what you'd pay at a grocery store. [The Penny Hoarder]
4 Tips to Organize Your Day for Maximum Productivity — Every hour or two, switch the kinds of task you work on to re-energize your day. [The Order Expert]
7 Ways to be a better leader at any age — Get out in the field and model what you expect from your team. It's also a great way to gain insights into their perspectives and the problems they face every day. [Untemplater]
How To Get The Best Deals From Your Local Used Cars Dealership — The dealership will give you an overall price for the car, but you should also ask them to break down the cost so you know exactly what you're paying for. [Dumb little Man]
8 Mind-Blowing Energy Facts That Will Make You Want to Take Action — The average American uses 50 pounds of tissue paper per year! [PopSugar Smart Living]
Other Essential Reading
10 Impulse Buys We Need to Stop Making Right Now — Avoid buying items placed at the checkout register. These impulse buys can make you spend much more than you intended to. [SheBudgets]
7 Money Saving Tips for Small Business Owners to Keep More Profit — Just like in your personal life, avoid spending money on things that won't further your business's long-term goals. [Due]
What to Do When Your Partner is Financially Irresponsible — The first step is to evaluate your financial situation and identify what exactly your partner is struggling with. [Everything Finance]
20 Ways For Students to Save Money During College — If you need to travel home or elsewhere, see if you can carpool with other students who are going to the same destination. [The Fortunate Investor]
6 Ways to Stay on Top of Your Baby's Dental Hygiene — Start brushing with just water as your baby's first tooth starts growing from the gums, then brush with a tiny bit of toothpaste after the tooth has emerged. [Parenting Squad]
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