Best Money Tips: Nifty Ways to Reuse Household Items

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on nifty ways to reuse household items, edible plants that can cut your grocery bill, and healthy recipes anyone can make.

Top 5 Articles

22 Nifty Ways to Reuse Stuff You Probably Already Own — Save plastic take-out containers for the times when you send guests home with leftovers. [The Northern Cheapskate]

10 Edible Plants That Can Help Cut Your Grocery Bill — The shoots (or scapes) that pop up before a garlic bulb is mature has a sweetly mild garlic flavor and contains lots of nutrition and antioxidants. [Cheapism]

14 Healthy, Cheap Recipes You Don’t Need To Be A Chef To Make — Oven Baked Meatball Sandwiches are a snap to make, especially since you can use frozen meatballs! [Money Under 30]

5 Ways To Keep a Conversation From Coming To a Dead-end Standstill — Make observations about your surroundings to use as a springboard for related topics. [Dumb Little Man]

7 Ways to Be Productive Every Morning of the Week — Before you get up, stretch for 5 minutes in bed. You'll get your blood flowing, and you won't feel the dizziness that often comes with just rolling out of bed. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Other Essential Reading

Panera to eliminate 150 ingredients: Better food or better PR? — One of the additives being eliminated actually does some good: propionate is a class of anti-molding agents that slows the growth of mold on bread, reducing waste. [The Monitor]

How to be Blissfully Secure About Your Future When You Have No Money At All — By building close relationships, living simply, and developing basic skills, you can feel secure even if you have little or no money. [The Money Principle]

How to Earn Five Figures a Year and Make Money Writing — Reach out to your network regularly and ask for referrals. Referrals are more likely to convert to real business, and they naturally guide your work to like-minded people. [Careful Cents]

6 Tips for Asking for Help — If you tend to have trouble asking for help, start small. See if you can find the answer on the Internet. [Think Simple Now]

12 Reasons You Need to Sign Your Toddler Up for Swim Lessons Right Now — Learning how to swim early on helps to build athletic and coordination skills. [Parenting Squad]

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