Best Money Tips: Foods That Save You Money

By Amy Lu on 29 March 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found helpful articles on foods that save you money, changes at Starbucks you’ll see this year, and things to buy (and skip) in April.

Top 5 Articles

5 Foods That Save You Money — Rice is an excellent filler, and you can serve it with anything. [Shopper Strategy]

9 New Things Happening With Starbucks This Year — Starbucks is launching their new Starbucks Rewards on April 12, and with that comes new ways to earn Stars — and not just at Starbucks. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Should you go for the iPad pro? What to buy (and skip) in April. — If you're eyeing the iPad Pro, you'll likely see the first deals appear two months after the release. Wait another two months and prices will be even lower! [The Monitor]

How to Tackle Student Loan Debt — Are student loans giving you a headache? Join Experian's #CreditChat tomorrow at 3 p.m. ET to learn how to tackle this debt. [Experian]

7 Great Part-Time Jobs for Retirees — Retirees who love the outdoors should consider working at a national park. There are openings for cooks, reservation clerks and gift shop employees as well as for a hovercraft captain or trolley driver, and more! [Kiplinger]

Other Essential Reading

16 Ways To Reduce Cholesterol — Fill up on fiber! Soluble fiber can bind with cholesterol and digestive acids in the small intestines allowing the body eliminate the cholesterol. [Life'd]

Productivity Habits Around the World — In Germany, managers are banned from contacting employees about work after hours unless it's an emergency. This is to encourage employees to enjoy their free time without feeling tethered to their jobs through technology. [DeskTime]

What Plants To Start Now For Your Summer Garden — If it isn't quite warm enough to plant seeds in your garden, you can start them indoors until they're ready to be transplanted. Squash, tomatoes, peas, and beans are a few great options! [Moms Need to Know]

5 Statements Your Significant Other Makes About Money that Should Raise a Red Flag — If your partner feels entitled to blow your joint budget because they work hard…you might want to reconsider this partner. [Lazy Man and Money]

Your Brain is Lying to You and Other Truths about Financial Habits — We might think we're hanging on to a bad habit out of consideration for other people, but what's the real, tangible cost of the habit? [Creative Money]

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