Best Money Tips: How to Stop Overeating in 3 Easy Steps

By Amy Lu on 9 October 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found great articles on how to stop overeating in three easy steps, the things you can leave outside the fridge, and ridiculously simple kitchen projects.

Top 5 Articles

How To Stop Overeating (And Change Your Body) In 3 Easy Steps — Focus on your food during mealtimes. It's easy to spend an hour eating mindlessly when you're distracted by the TV and other devices. [Change Your Thoughts]

Make Room in Your Fridge, and Leave These 31 Things Out — The preservatives in jam, ketchup, and hot sauce allow them to do just fine in the pantry, even after opening. [PopSugar Smart Living]

5 Ridiculously Simple Kitchen Projects — Get your DIY on! Learn how to make a knife block with dry spaghetti, a pantry that fits between your fridge and the wall, chopstick training wheels, and more! [Make:]

13 Surprising Things You Can Rent for Extra Cash — Did you know that you can rent yourself out as a bridesmaid? [Mint Life]

10 Ideas for More Self-Sufficient Living — Start bartering. There's no cash involved and It's often a win-win for everyone. [Cult of Money]

Other Essential Reading

3 Sales Techniques You Won’t Believe You Still Fall For — Studies have shown that putting fresh items — like plants and produce — near food makes us think that the food is fresh, too. [Frugal Buzz]

The 5 R’s of Not Wasting (MONEY) — Refuse stuff you don't need. The less you bring into your home, the less you will spend. [Budgets are Sexy]

Don’t Let These 5 New Workplace Trends Ruin Your Day — For some people, the noise and lack of privacy of open floor plans can cause a lot of stress. Use headphones to block out distractions, and talk to your boss and co-workers about designating some quiet spaces around the office. [The Penny Hoarder]

15 Proven Ways to Save Money Each and Every Month! — Use a health savings account (HAS) if you can. It's a great way to save on your healthcare expenses, and if you don't need to use the funds, it can go towards your retirement. [Debt Roundup]

How to Save for an Emergency Fund Faster — Use your tax refund to give your emergency fund a boost! [Everybody Loves Your Money]

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