Best Money Tips: Healthy Ways to Make Classic Comfort Foods

By Amy Lu on 25 May 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on healthier ways to make classic comfort foods, easy tricks to clean pots and pans, and unusual uses for honey.

Top 5 Articles

5 Healthy Variations on Comfort-Food Classics — You can have a tasty, crispy piece of chicken without the fat and cholesterol of cooking oil! All you need are panko bread crumbs and a trusty oven. [Money Talks News]

26 Easy Tricks to Clean Pots and Pans! — Let it soak overnight — with a dryer sheet! [The Frugal Girls]

16 Unusual Uses for Honey — Take advantage of honey's anti-bacterial properties and use it to treat acne. [Bargain Babe]

Six ways for teens to make money during summer vacation — Lifeguarding is hard work, but it's a great way for teens to make money if they're mentally and physically prepared for it. [The Monitor]

The Super Simple Guide to Washing Your Pillows — Before you get them anywhere near your washing machine, check your pillows for any holes or tears. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Other Essential Reading

7 Mistakes People Make When Decluttering — Decluttering is all about getting rid of stuff — there's no need to buy drawer organizers and storage totes for the things you decide to keep. [The Northern Cheapskate]

10 Tips for Scoring Great Finds at the Thrift Store — Check local thrifts stores when you're on vacation, especially if you're visiting a touristy area. Hotels will often drop off unclaimed electronics and clothing! [More With Less Today]

3 Tips To End The Cycle of Money Hoarding — Carelessly spending money isn't good, but neither is the other extreme or hoarding every penny. [A Debt Free Stress Free Life]

4 Tips on Doing What You Don’t Want to Do — The start is always the hardest part! Just remember that once you take the first step, however small it is, the rest will follow. [Time Management Ninja]

14 Ways to Make Stress Work for You — Use the stress to challenge yourself in positive ways. [Parenting Squad]

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