Best Money Tips: 50 Ways to Slash Your Food Budget

By Amy Lu on 12 October 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on smart ways to slash your food budget, steps to take to become a better investor, and savvy ways to save money at warehouse stores.

Top 5 Articles

50 Smart Ways to Slash Your Food Budget — Last year, the average U.S. household spent $7,023 on food! Use these tips and tricks to lower expenses and contribute to a healthier body, wallet, and planet. [Cheapism]

8 Steps to Be a Better Investor — Stick to the basics! Keep your investments simple and your costs low. [Kiplinger]

5 Savvy Tips For Saving Money At Warehouse Stores — Warehouse stores seem to carry everything — which makes it very important that you stick to your shopping list so you don't walk out with a cart full of things you don't need. [PT Money]

Why Facebook is important for your small business — Facebook is launching new tools and handbooks that will help small businesses increase effective engagement with their consumers. [The Monitor]

Have a Ring Stuck on Your Finger? This Simple Hack Will Solve Your Problem — Don't freak out if a too-small ring gets stuck on your finger. This neat life hack will have that ring off in no time! [PopSugar Smart Living]

Other Essential Reading

Everything You Need to Know to Start Running — Any ol' pair of sneakers will work for your first run, but as you get into the habit of it, you'll want to get a pair of shoes just for running. [Lifehacker]

Getting Your Money Ready to Move Out of Your Parents' House — Figure out what might hold you back once you're living on your own, whether it’s a financial or emotional hurdle. Once you know what your roadblocks are, you can create an action plan for them. [My BankTracker]

10 Ways to Prepare for Your Holiday Spending — Are you traveling for the holidays? Bring your own food so you aren't forced to pay a premium for airport sandwiches. [SheBudgets]

5 Tips on Juggling Your Family and Your Business — Use stress management techniques when you feel overwhelmed. Exercise, meditation, and working on your hobbies are great ways to reduce stress. [Time Management Ninja]

How to Throw the Perfect Football-Themed Baby Shower — Set up a tailgating area outside (weather permitting) with finger foods, casseroles, and sandwiches! For dessert, get grab-and-go sweets like cupcakes and cookies. [Parenting Squad]

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