Best Money Tips: Fastest Ways to Make Cheap, Healthy Meals

By Amy Lu on 3 May 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found helpful articles on the fastest ways to prepare cheap and healthy meals, insurance add-ons that are worth it, and things that every college grad needs to know.

Top 5 Articles

The Fastest Ways to Prepare Cheap and Healthy Meals at Home — Whole foods are cheaper than processed foods and they're easy to prep if you keep the meal simple. [The Savvy Scot]

4 Insurance-Policy Add-ons Worth the Money — Consider adding roadside assistance to your auto insurance. You can get lockout service, towing, jump starts, and flat-tire fixes for only $3-$12 every six months. [Kiplinger]

28 Things Every College Graduate NEEDS to Know — Invest in a good suit. You'll be happy you have one ready for interviews and meetings. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Ways to Improve Your Credit Scores — Do you have the facts about your credit score? Join Experian's #CreditChat tomorrow at 3 p.m. ET to learn everything you need to know about credit scores and how you can improve yours. [Experian]

Expecting a baby? Avoid these four common money mistakes. — Not adjusting your budget to accommodate a new baby is a huge mistake. Some expenses will actually go down, but make sure you don't overspend on convenience. [The Monitor]

Other Essential Reading

How To Deal With Setbacks. A Fool-Proof Strategy To Get You Back On Track — When you've been hit with a setback, you can use damage control principles to deal with it in a positive way. [Dumb Little Man]

9 Tips for Preparing a Room for Mom (or Dad) at the Assisted Living — Start with the essentials — you can always add more later. Too much clutter can make make the room more difficult to navigate. [Frugal Upstate]

10 Surprising Mood Boosters You Probably Never Thought Of — Watching fish swim in a tank is one of the best therapies for a bad mood. The sound of bubbling water is especially soothing! [Change Your Thoughts]

Tips to Make the Most of Your Beach Vacation — Don't forget to bring the essentials: baby powder to get wet sand off your skin, a bed sheet to lay out in the sand to keep your bags clean, and a cooler and containers to hold your snacks. [Saving Dollars & Sense]

How to Get Over Family Feuds that lead to Stress, Anxiety and Depression — You may love someone, but you might not agree with everything they say or do. Tune them out on that subject if you can. [Lifehack.org]

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