Best Money Tips: Worst Mistakes to Make at the Supermarket

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on the worst mistakes you can make at the supermarket, spring cleaning tricks, and smart ways to use mason jars.

Top 5 Articles

12 Worst Mistakes to Make at the Supermarket — Don't let a recipe dictate the groceries you buy. Instead, plan meals around what you already have and what's on sale. [Kiplinger]

5 Tricks for Conquering Spring Cleaning Chores This Week — Tackling the entire house all at once can be overwhelming. Instead, focus on cleaning and organizing one room at a time. [MoneyNing]

16 Smart Ways to Use Mason Jars This Spring — Use mason jars to bake tasty treats like cakes, pies, and pizzas. They're also great for portion control! [PopSugar Smart Living]

Five great budgeting apps to keep you in the black — BillGuard works a lot like Mint, but with the added feature that they'll alert you when one of the merchants you've recently shopped with is hit with a security breach. [The Monitor]

5 Essential Habits of Consumers with Excellent Credit Scores — People with excellent credit scores use a diverse mix of credit, often in the form of a mortgage, auto loan, and credit cards. [Credit Sesame]

Other Essential Reading

Connections Equal Capital: How Being A Fan Can Pay Off — Building quality relationships now can lead to many opportunities down the road. [Listen Money Matters]

5 Ways To Trick Yourself Into Saving More And Spending Less — Wait 24 hours before you buy unnecessary items to make sure you aren't spending for emotional reasons. [Money Under 30]

3 Simple Daily Habits That Will Help You to Stay Optimistic — Create a supportive environment around you. Spend time with optimistic people who will help you get out of a rut or tell you when you're overthinking things. [The Positivity Blog]

25 Things to put in Easter Eggs….besides CANDY!! — Shake things up a bit this Easter. Instead of candy, stuff your plastic eggs with stickers, bouncy balls, mini dinosaurs, and other small, age-appropriate toys and knick-knacks. [Consumer Queen]

5 Must-Start Habits to Make Your Mornings Easier — Keep an eye on the clock while your family gets ready in the morning. You may even want to set a timer to alert your kids when they should be moving on to the next task. [Parenting Squad]

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