Best Money Tips: Ways to Save on Meat

By Amy Lu on 11 May 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on ways to save on meat, productive habits of the wealthy and successful, and budget-friendly ways to decorate your apartment.

Top 5 Articles

7 Ways to Save on Meat — Watch out for added liquids used to enhance flavor (and price). The label will have words like “enhanced with,” “flavored with” or “flavor solution.” [Money Talks News]

15 Daily Habits of Wealth People — It may surprise you to know that many wealthy people live minimally and show gratitude. [Life Hack]

12 Inexpensive and Creative Ways to Decorate Your Apartment — Frame calendar art to make your walls pop! [PopSugar Smart Living]

Seven steps to achieving your 2015 financial goals — Take another look at your financial goals for the year. Do you need to reassess your money habits? [The Monitor]

A Coffee Addict’s Money Saving Tips — Pour leftover coffee into an ice tray and pop it in the freezer. Use the coffee cubes for iced coffee, or drop them into a too-hot cup to cool it down. [ReadyForZero]

Other Essential Reading

50 Kick-Ass Businesses You Can Start for Under $5000 — If your cakes are delicious and you have a flair for decorating, you can make a business of creating personalized cakes for special occasions. [Money Pantry]

What Type of Payment Should I Use? When to Use Cash, Credit, or Debit — Use cash at local mom and pop shops, yard sales, and when you're tipping. [MoneyNIng]

6 Creative and Inexpensive Wedding Gift Ideas — Offer to gift something for their wedding. You can take care of invitations or centerpieces, and that'll be one item off the wedding couple's to-do list. [My Dollar Plan]

3 Laws That Protect You and Your Credit – And How to Use Them — Read up on the Fair Credit Reporting Act — it's the cornerstone of all consumer credit protection.

A Complete Checklist for Evaluating an Educational App — Use this checklist to help you figure out of an app is educational enough for your child. [Parenting Squad]

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