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

By Amy Lu on 13 August 2015 0 comments

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.