Best Money Tips: How to Eat Luxury Foods for Less

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on how to eat luxury foods for less, the habits of people whose home is always clean, and ways to spend less on groceries.

Top 5 Articles

10 Luxury Foods for Less — A one-ounce truffle may cost $95, but you can get the earthy flavor from truffle oil for about $20. [Cheapism]

12 Habits of People Who Always Have A Clean Home — Wipe down surfaces after every use; it only takes a few seconds, but it'll keep the area clean and ready to be used again. [A Debt Free Stress Free Home]

How to Spend Less on Groceries in 2015 — Don't buy lunch at work. Plan to use up leftovers, or make affordable lunches out of basics like sandwiches, salads, and soups. [Parenting Squad]

12 Ways to Use Orange Essential Oils — Use orange essential oil as an insect repellent! It'll help keep the flies, ticks, and mosquitoes away. [Moms Need to Know]

Is sending money though Facebook Messenger safe? — In then next few months, Facebook will be rolling out a feature that allows you to send money via Messenger. You can set up a PIN for additional security; iPhone and iPad users may also enable TouchID. [The Monitor]

Other Essential Reading

Try These 16 Apps For Free and Save Loads of Money — The Love Food Hate Waste app generates recipes from your leftovers! [PopSugar Smart Living]

20 More Weird and Wonderful Ways to Make Money — Set up a delivery service to drop off leaflets or packages for local businesses. You can check out Gumtree for delivery opportunities in your area! [Step Change Money Aware]

The Definitive Guide to Nuts — Not all nuts are created equal! Find out the benefits, concerns, and what nutrients you get in an ounce of almonds, cashews, pecans, and more! [Mark's Daily Apple]

Instead of a Meeting, Have a Conversation — In many cases, you can resolve an issue just by speaking to someone. [Time Management Ninja]

Ten Vacation Ideas That Don’t Have to Cost a Bundle — Head to the mountains during the summer, where many ski resorts offer hiking, white water rafting, and golf at much lower prices compared to winter months. [Thad Thoughts]

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