Best Money Tips: Ways You're Wasting Money at the Grocery Store

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on ways you’re wasting money at the grocery store, how to fund a vacation, and tips to break bad clutter habits.

Top 5 Articles

19 Ways You're Wasting Money at the Grocery Store — In some cases, it's better to buy frozen than fresh — like when you need fruit for smoothies! [PopSugar Smart Living]

7 Ways to Fund That Much Needed Vacation — Give yourself a financial shave and remove any extra expenditures that you don't actually need. [ReadyForZero]

5 Ways To Break Bad Clutter Habits — Stay focused when you're shopping. For each item that you pick up, ask yourself if it will add any value to the way you want to live. [Get Organized Wizard]

10 Everyday Items You Can Get For Less at the Dollar Store — Office supplies, home décor, and even basic household tools are much cheaper at the dollar store. [SheBudgets]

This Habit Will Put You in the Top 1% of Experts and Money-Makers — You can quickly become an expert by simply reading one hour a day. [Pick The Brain]

Other Essential Reading

Don’t Make These 12 Mistakes When Buying a Home — No matter how good a home looks, you should always get a home inspection before you make the purchase. [Everything Finance]

3 Best Websites To Find A Job — Job Indeed is a website (and an app!) that searches for jobs in the city of your choice. You can narrow down the results to only show full-time or part-time jobs, or by keyword. [Grad Money Matters]

12 Little Known Laws of Gratitude (That Will Change your Life) — Be grateful for the good days and the bad. You get happiness from the good days and wisdom from the bad ones. [Marc and Angel Hack Life]

How to Keep Your Money Safe While Traveling — Take at least two credit or debit cards with you, but never keep them both in the same place. [The Simple Dollar]

Can Your Children Handle Sharing a Room? — What are your children's sleep habits? Talk to your kids about respecting each other's sleeping time if one is awake and the other isn't. [Parenting Squad]

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Kelli B

Great collection of resources - tons of great tips to help you save money.