Best Money Tips: Ways to Cut Your Grocery Bill in Half

By Amy Lu on 10 March 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on ways to cut your grocery bill in half, simple spring cleaning tricks, and what you need to know about money boundaries.

Top 5 Articles

Take Charge of Your Food Budget and Cut Your Grocery Bill in Half -- Keep a price book to track the cost of grocery items at different stores. The price book will help you see which store offers the best prices, and when a sale is a real sale. [A Debt Free Mess Free Life]

Make Spring Cleaning a Breeze With These 11 Simple Tricks -- Get a solid pair of rubber gloves to keep your hands safe and unexposed to harsher cleaning chemicals. The rubbery surface is also great for pulling up pesky pet hair. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Finding and Handling Your Money Boundaries -- Finding and properly handling your money boundaries will help you stay on track for financial success -- and happiness. [The Simple Dollar]

10 Quick Tips to Score A Healthy Body: It’s Time to score High -- Including weights in your workout routine will help in the overall development of your muscles. [SheBudgets]

How Much Does It Really Cost to Own a Dog? -- The average dog owner spends $269 on food for their dog annually. Dog treats can add on an additional $61 each year. [The Allstate Blog]

Other Essential Reading

3 Mindset Shifts You Need to Make For Your Business to Be Successful -- We second guess ourselves and our ideas too often. As a business owner, you need to be clear on your mission and vision for your company. [Due]

How to Help Your Elderly Parents Recognize a Scam -- As a precaution against telephone scams, have your parents allow unrecognized numbers to go directly to voicemail. [Equifax]

How to See the World Without Sacrificing Your Job -- It's possible to explore the world while still earning a stable income to keep your finances healthy. [MoneyMiniBlog]

20 Secrets to Long-Term Health and Wealth -- If you want to fight the effects of aging, put these on your to-do list: physical activity, resistance training, jumping, and cardio. [Cheapism]

7 Tips for an Affordable Holiday -- Figure out what your priorities are for the trip. This will help you identify the areas where you can spend less without feeling like you missed out. [Northern Cheapskate]

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