Best Money Tips: How to Eat Organic on the Cheap

By Amy Lu on 18 December 2014 1 comment

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on how to eat organic on the cheap, clever ways to save money and time on holiday travel, and money lies that are holding you back.

Top 5 Articles

How to Eat Organic Food Without Spending a Lot of Money — Prioritize your organics! Start with fruits, veggies, and milk. [Money Under 30]

23 Clever Ways to Save Money & Time on Holiday Travel — If you're planning to go on a cruise or out of the country, it may be worth it to use a travel agent's expertise to help you find discounts or special tour packages. [SuperMoney!]

Are You Holding Yourself Back With These Money Lies? — Don't think health insurance an unnecessary expense just because you're healthy. Accidents happen, and unexpected medical debt can ruin your finances. [Get Rich Slowly]

40 Amazing Self Development Facts — You can get a greater sense of well-being by placing a pencil between your teeth for a few minutes so that you're forcing a bit of a smile. [A Daring Adventure]

Email Mistakes You Should Avoid — Make sure there's a point to your email — and that you get the the point sooner rather than later. Otherwise, why send it at all? [Grad Money Matters]

Other Essential Reading

6 Personal Finance Books to Give for the Holidays (or Read Yourself) — Learn about investing with The Bogleheads' Guide to Investing, based on the ideas of the guy who founded Vanguard, John C. Bogle. [Free from Broke]

23 Things to Remember When Money Is Tight — Taking a class to learn a valuable skill can help you earn more money, network, or even meet a new friend who'll buy you coffee. [Credit Donkey]

How to Promote Good Hand Washing Habits at Home — Teach your kids the right way to wash their hands. Proper technique is an important part of good hygiene! [Parenting Squad]

Put Down That iPhone! How Multitasking Kills Creativity — You actually do less when you try to do more. To avoid multitasking, you can have short 5-10 minute tasks lined up so that you can fill your time when a meeting is delayed. [PopSugar Smart Living]

15 Career Lessons From a Soccer Dad — Knowing what your strengths and weaknesses are will allow you to get to work on managing or improving those areas that you need help with. [Money Smart Life]

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Vincent Tait

Thanks for the great tips. Your findings are indeed very crucial and best suited during traveling. Organics such as fruits. veggies and milk are enriched with vitamins which is beneficial for health. I really like your article on how to save money on organic while on holiday travel. Really the ways are very clever and money saving.

I went through your preferred articles and honestly very impressive lines. Your emails mistakes are very insightful and normally people make such type of mistakes while creating and sending email. The self-development facts are really useful to enhance our personality. It described the impacts of positively and perfectionists on your health and to what extent it hampers us.