Best Money Tips: Tailgating for Newbies

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on tailgating for newbies, deals you should and shouldn’t pass up at Trader Joe’s, and how to construct a frugal meal.

Top 5 Articles

The Newbie's Guide to Tailgating — Make it easier for your crew to find you by attaching bright balloons to your camp. [PopSugar Smart Living]

13 Deals You Should Never Pass Up at Trader Joe’s — and 9 You Should — Trader Joe's has great deals on a number of grocery goods. Meat is not one of them. [The Penny Hoarder]

How to Construct a Frugal Meal — Use substantial foods that actually get you full, like nuts and beans, and nutritional foods like vegetables. Avoid extras that provide little nutritional value but add to the cost of your meal.  [The Savvy Scot]

9 Truths About Productivity that You Need to Know — Productivity means working smarter, and it also means making mistakes. [The Order Expert]

Can’t Find A Job? Try These 4 Simple Pieces Of Advice — Networking never gets old. Other people can help you get on the radar of potential employers, so get out there and have good interactions with people — especially if they're in your field. [Life Upgrade]

Other Essential Reading

DIY Tips to Make Your Sofa Look Brand New — Give your couch a face-lift by covering the cushions with a nice throw blanket. [Frugal Village]

5 Ways To Preserve and Store Produce — If you have a large batch of produce that you won't use up before it goes bad, try pickling it! Pickled veggies and fruits taste great in sandwiches and salads. [Nature Moms Blog]

4 Tips For Dining Out On A Budget — Check the menu and prices ahead of time to avoid a nasty shock where everything is more expensive than you expected. [Delicious Mom]

4 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Car Shopping — What are your must-haves and would-like-to-haves? If you know what you want in a vehicle, you're less likely to buy something on impulse and regret your purchase later. [Cult of Money]

How to Beat the Back-to-School Blues — Sometimes kids feel better when they have a little control. They can make their own lunches, create a "launch area" for school items, or make their own schedule for after school snacks and homework. [Parenting Squad]

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