Best Money Tips: Simple, Easy Ways to Eat Healthy on a Budget

By Amy Lu on 15 January 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on simple and easy ways to eat healthy on a budget, how to succeed even when you fail, and ways to save money without trying much.

Top 5 Articles

7 Simple and Easy Ways to Eat Healthy on a Budget — Stock up on eggs, chicken, ground beef, and other protein when they're on sale. [Common Cents Mom]

5 Ways to Fail Successfully — It's worth it to try something new and uncomfortable, even if it turns out you're really bad at it. [Think Simple Now]

38 Ways to Save Money Without Trying (Much) — Use apps that allow you to talk and text for free, especially if you're traveling overseas. [PopSugar Smart Living]

10 Rules to Remember When You Borrow Money — If you need to borrow money, make sure it's for something that you actually need. If you can go without it for a while, don't borrow money to buy it right now.

Schedule Time to Schedule Your Time — Add some "fiddle" time during your day to review your tasks and update your schedule if necessary. [Unclutterer]

Other Essential Reading

6 Actions to Take Before You Quit Your Job — Cut your budget. You never know how long the job search may take, or what issues there may be with a new position. [Grad Money Matters]

4 Reasons Why January Is the Best Time to Buy a Car — Due to bad weather and financial "holiday hangovers," January tends to be a slow month for car sales. If you're in a position to buy a car, you can negotiate for a lower price.

How to Have Hard Financial Conversations With Those Close to You — Money conversations can be hard, but you'll have a better outcome if everyone involved is transparent about their situation. [NerdWallet]

Top 11 Ways to Get Cash in Emergency Situations — One way to get cash in an emergency is to borrow against a whole-life insurance policy that you've had for several years. [Super Money!]

4 Technology Rules Every Parent Should Enforce — Set up areas of your home or times during the day that are tech-free zones. [Parenting Squad]

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