Best Money Tips: How to Shop, Cook, and Eat Healthy for One

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on how to shop and cook healthy for one, New Year’s resolutions to make with your kids, and things that every 30-year-old should stop worrying about.

Top 5 Articles

How to Shop, Cook, and Eat Healthy When Eating for One — Design your meals around foods you like and will actually eat. A healthy meal isn't much help if you hate eating it. [Vitals]

7 New Year’s Resolutions to Make With Your Kids — Make a resolution to spend one-on-one time with each of your kids once a month. [Money Talks News]

10 Things Every 30 Year Old Should Stop Worrying About Now — Stop worrying about taking the perfect selfie. You have better things to do! [Change Your Thoughts]

14 Things You Forget to Do Before Leaving For Vacation — Let your bank and credit card provider know you're going on a trip and will probably be making charges outside your usual area. [PopSugar Smart Living]

9 tricks to get a jump on 2016 money resolutions — Set aside a few hours to call your service providers and ask for better deals. While you're at it, cancel memberships that you no longer use. [Bargaineering]

Other Essential Reading

7 Reasons Being Rejected Improves Your Life — Rejection helps you become a better person. When you receive feedback and evaluate the reason for your rejection, your odds of succeeding next time increases. [Pick The Brain]

11 Family Friendly Ideas for New Year’s Eve — Have a family slumber party in your living room! Spend the night cuddled on the couch or on the floor and watch movies or the ball drop in Times Square. [Shopper Strategy]

Sixteen burger concepts to watch in 2016 — Watch out for these burger chains! You'll likely be hearing more about these up-and-coming chains in 2016. [The Monitor]

10 Hangover 'Cures' Debunked — Greasy foods won't help with a hangover. What you want are calories, so go for simple carbs like toast, oatmeal, and cereal that raise blood sugar. [Cheapism]

4 Easy Ways to Bond With Your Children — Involve your kids when you're doing household chores. This gives you the opportunity to chat and be physically near your kids. [Parenting Squad]

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