Best Money Tips: Eat Less and Lower Your Grocery Bill


Welcome to Wise Think's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some wonderful articles on eating less and lowering your grocery bill, avoiding getting ripped off while traveling, and protecting yourself from identity thieves.

Top 5 Articles

6 Tips to Eat Less and Lower Your Grocery Bill — Loading up on protein and taking smaller bites can help you eat less and lower your grocery bill. [Money Talks News]

How to Avoid Getting Ripped Off While Traveling — Cleaning out your wallet before you hit the road can help you avoid getting ripped of while traveling. [Kiplinger]

How Thieves Steal Your Identity (and How You Can Protect Yourself) — To protect yourself from identity theft, never give out your social security number unless you're absolutely certain of the security and trustworthiness of the requesting party. [Lifehacker]

Credit Tips for Newlyweds: How to Protect Your Credit (for Better or Worse) — Newlyweds can protect their credit by not applying for joint credit. [Credit Sesame]

Can You Really Make Money Online? — Chances are you can make money as a virtual assistant! [MoneyNing]

Other Essential Reading

Five Things To Do Now That Will Ensure You Don't Regret Your Life When You're 80 — Do not give up on the career of your dreams. You may regret it when you are 80. [Money Under 30]

Where to Find the Highest Pay, Lowest Cost of Living — Rochester has the highest median income after cost of living is taken into account. [Bargaineering]

Investing Advice From Buffett — According to Warren Buffett, you don't need to be an expert to achieve investment returns. [Free Money Finance]

45 of the Best New Uses for Old Things — Consider turning an old towel into a towel travel kit or making a plastic bottle wallet. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Fun for the Family on Father's Day — This Father's Day, consider going on a family vacation or starting a new tradition. [Parenting Squad]

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