Best Money Tips: Foods You Can Freeze and How to Do It Right

By Amy Lu on 27 April 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found helpful articles on foods you can freeze and the right way to do it, ways to save at Old Navy, and dying professions that job hunters should avoid.

Top 5 Articles

16 Foods to Freeze for Later (and How to Do It Right) — Leafy greens will stay fresh in the freezer for up to four months if you prepare them correctly. [Cheapism]

12 Amazing Old Navy Savings Secrets — Keep your eyes peeled for days when Old Navy offers 40% off everything. This sale typically happens quarterly and around holidays. [Passion for Savings]

Dying Professions That Job Hunters Should Avoid — The number of jobs for floral designers is fading, but if you want to do something related to arrangement, look into merchandise display or interior design [Kiplinger]

Do These 5 Things Before Bed in Order to Sleep Better — Listen to tranquil tunes to calm and quiet your mind. [PopSugar Smart Living]

America's new favorite beverage: bottled water? — Bottled water sales has skyrocketed in the past decade — it may even overtake the demand for soda this year. [The Monitor]

Other Essential Reading

Brain Food – What to eat in order to boost your Brainpower — Whole grains like brown rice and wheat pasta are rich in fiber. They release energy over a long period of time at a constant level. [Noisli]

Five Ways Science Says Saving Money is Good for Health — Studies have shown that your financial life can impact your health in many ways. [SheBudgets]

6 Wardrobe Essentials Every Woman Must Own — You can upgrade your whole look with a classy jacket. [The Frugal Toad]

5 Ways to Make Money with Real Estate — There are a number of ways to profit from just a parcel of land. [Everybody Loves Your Money]

Does My Son Love His Dad More Than Me? — A child might feel closer to one parent or another at different points in their life. What you can do is to let them know you're here for them no matter what. [Parenting Squad]

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