Best Money Tips: 12 Brilliant and Simple Food Hacks

By Amy Lu on 10 August 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on brilliantly simple food hacks, over 40 websites that will save you money, and some nifty features of Windows 10.

Top 5 Articles

12 Brilliant (Yet Simple) Food Hacks — Tomatoes will stay fresh longer if you store them stem side down at room temperature. [Money Talks News]

40+ Incredible Websites That Will Save You Tons of Money — If you need help paying your bills or you want to find cheaper options, check out sites like Undebt, White Fence, Insure, and more! [PopSugar Smart Living]

Ten awesome new features in Windows 10 — Now, you can set up multiple customizable desktops to separate different projects, or your work from your play. [The Monitor]

20 Financial Rules for Your 20s — Start your adulthood right by opening a checking, a savings, and an investment account. [Good Financial Cents]

Five Habits You Need to Embrace to Become Financially Independent — Don't try to keep up with the Joneses. Prioritize your life — what's important to you? What makes you happy? [SheBudgets]

Other Essential Reading

6 Tips to Telling Someone, “I’m Not Interested” — Be honest. It hurts even more if the other person finds out that you made up excuses to reject them. [Dumb Little Man]

10 Very Practical Questions You Should Ask Your Friends Before Going On A Trip Together — Food is a big part of any trip. Are there any picky eaters? Does anyone have dietary restrictions? [Lifehack]

55 Best Money Saving Tips for a Perfect Summer — Look around for herbs that are good for your health! You can probably find some of them growing wild and free. [Don't Pay Full]

57 Things to Keep in Evernote — Go ahead, use Evernote as a brain dump! Check out this list for some note-taking inspiration. [Time Management Ninja]

The “Not a Sandwich” Sandwich and 5 Other Healthy Lunches Kids Will Eat — With a deconstructed sandwich, your kids will get all the tasty nutrition of cheese, cold cuts, and bread — just separately. [Parenting Squad]

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