Best Money Tips: Ways to Save at the Grocery Store
Welcome to Wise Bread’s Best Money Tips Roundup! Today, we share tips to help you save money at the grocery store, tricks to avoid eating at restaurants, and common terms that ruin your resume.
Top 5 Articles
How to Save at the Grocery Store — Don't purchase items placed near the checkout lane. It's an impulse-buy trap! [Frugal Dad]
19 tricks to avoid eating at restaurants — Wash the lettuce as soon as you get home from the grocery store. This way, a healthy homemade salad or sandwich is always just a few seconds away. [Bargain Babe]
10 Words/Terms That Ruin a Resume — Don't just say you're "hardworking." Describe situations that show how hard you work. [Wall Street Oasis]
5 Little Tips to Help Kick-Start Your Work Week — Take some time on Monday to plan out your week. Remember to schedule some personal time! [SavvySugar]
6 Tricks to Save on Back-to-School Shopping — Check your stock to make sure you don't buy duplicate supplies. [Money Talks News]
Other Essential Reading
10 Ideas for Cheap Healthy Meals — Set up a baked potato topping bar to fill up hungry guests without fuss or muss. [Financial Highway]
How to Plan the Perfect Picnic — Freeze your water bottles and use them as ice packs. [Parenting Squad]
How Do You Ask Family to Pay Their Fair Share? — The easiest way is to simply ask everyone involved to send their share upfront. [MoneyNing]
5 Ways to Earn & Save Money on College Costs — Instead of paying with cash or check, use a rewards card to get some extra perks. [The Penny Hoarder]
How Do You Know You’re Ready To Buy A Home? — Make sure you know how to fix home repair problems yourself or you can afford to pay someone else to do it. [Money Under 30]
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