Best Money Tips: How Much Turkey Should You Buy?

By Amy Lu on 18 November 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found a turkey buying cheat sheet, the best Black Friday deals at Walmart, and simple ways to beat the blues.

Top 5 Articles

Your Turkey Buying Cheat Sheet — Use this cheat sheet to figure out the right amount of turkey to buy for your feast, with or without leftovers. [The Kitchn]

Black Friday 2015 sales: the best deals at Walmart — Most of Walmart's high-demand items will also be available online, but you'll need to wake up early! The online sales will start at 12:01 am PT on Thanksgiving morning. [The Monitor]

Beat the Blues: 32 Surprisingly Simple Ways — Start on a DIY project — even better if it's something you can gift for the holidays! [PopSugar Smart Living]

Stop Being Lazy! Easy Ways to Get in the Groove — Clutter and messes can slow you down. Tidying up your work space will help you get your head in the game. [Leading Edge Advocate]

10 Ways Millennials Are Able to Save Money — When it comes to savings, consistency is key — even if the savings are small. All the little ways you save money will add up over time. [The Simple Dollar]

Other Essential Reading

How To Overcome the Stress of Student Loan Debt — Schedule time to review your loan status at every year. Use this opportunity to consider new options or repayment plans. [ReadyForZero]

Inexpensive Recipes for a Fantastic Friendsgiving — These yummy recipes will save you money and time in the kitchen! [Frugal Beautiful]

The Power of Always Writing Things Down — Small details are important! Always carry a notebook, paper or electronic, to capture the little things. [Time Management Ninja]

Should you buy refurbished electronics? — Buying refurbished? Shop at retailers that you trust. [Yahoo! Shopping]

Is My Baby Sleeping Enough? — On average, babies at 9-17 months should sleep 11-12 hours at night, with at least one 1-hour nap during the day. [Parenting Squad]

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