Best Money Tips: How to Waste Less Food (and Money)

By Amy Lu on 23 January 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on ways to waste less food, things that are cheaper at Trader Joe's, and the characteristics that successful people share.

Top 5 Articles

10 Ways to Waste Less Food (and Money!) — Learn what freezes well. This can extend the life of your leftovers, sale buys, and fast-expiring foods until you're ready to use them. [Cheapism]

9 Things to Purchase at Trader Joe's Because They Are (Usually) Cheaper Than Anywhere Else — Trader Joe's wine and coffee and even some produce are great buys. [Three Thrifty Guys]

10 Characteristics Successful People Share — Successful people are self-aware. They know who they are what their strengths and limitations are. [Save The Bills]

Neosporin Has Nothing on This DIY Antibacterial Cream — This all-natural cream uses the antibacterial properties of coconut oil and astringency of witch hazel to heal ouchies fast. [PopSugar Smart Living]

10 Surprising Items IRS Says to Report on Your Taxes — Do you get tips on your job? That's taxable income. [Forbes]

Other Essential Reading

Extra, Extra: 3 Simple Ways to Make Money With Old Newspapers — Sell birthdate newspapers and cash in on nostalgia! [The Penny Hoarder]

Frugal Things to Do When Waiting — Do you have some down time between events in your schedule? Get some quick exercise at the park, the gym, or in your own living room. [Northern Cheapskate]

3 Ways to Know If You Are Truly Connecting With Someone — The best relationships spark and grow naturally, without overthinking or adjusting how you express yourself. [Pick The Brain]

How to Tell If Someone Is Lying — When someone is lying, they may give verbal cues like being focused on irrelevant details or trying to persuade you rather than giving the facts. [Untemplater]

Questions to Ask Before Sending Your Kid to a New Friend's Home for a Play Date — Although it may be a difficult conversation, it's important to ask the parents if they keep guns or weapons in their home, and whether the items are secured properly. [Parenting Squad]

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