Best Money Tips: Cook Healthier With These Ingredient Substitutions

By Amy Lu on 16 March 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on ingredient substitutions for healthier cooking, work from home jobs you should avoid, and habits of irresistible people.

Top 5 Articles

6 Ingredient Substitutions for Healthier Cooking — Instead of adding cream to your coffee or tea, try coconut milk. It isn't low fat or low calorie, but you're trading empty calories and fat for healthy fat that can make you feel fuller.  [$5 Dinners]

10 Work From Home Jobs You Should Avoid at All Costs — Craft making sounds like a fun way to make money, but most of these jobs require you to pay for the materials up front and won't pay you for the final product. [SheBudgets]

10 Habits of Irresistible People — Irresistible people make sure to be friendly but never fake. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Apartment Gardening: 3 Ways to Bring In the Outdoors — Choose plants that can help purify the air in your apartment, like snake and spider plants. [The Allstate Blog]

7 Tips to Avoid Lifestyle Inflation & Save Money — Develop long-term financial goals to give you a reason to keep your finances in order. [The Fortunate Investor

Other Essential Reading

7 Things You Need to Know About Opening a College Savings Plan — Multiple people can contribute to a 529 plan, giving family members or friends the chance to chip in. [Parenting Squad]

6 Tips for Staging Your Garage Sale for Best Results — Place large, eye-catching items near the street to attract shoppers. Think of it like a display window for your garage sale! [A Few Shortcuts]

Top Ten Spring Cleaning Tips from A Professional House Cleaner — Clean at the right time of day. Try to finish before sunlight starts to fade and avoid cleaning on rainy days. You'll have an easier time seeing the dirt and grim on bright, sunny days. [A Debt Free Mess Free Life]

5 Items to Exclude From Your Wedding Budget — Unless you're having a destination wedding or it's around a major holiday, you don't really need to send out Save the Date cards. [The Savvy Scot]

5 Times You Should Make a Phone Call to Get Things Done — Never put criticism or coaching in an email where your tone and intent can be misconstrued. Verbal conversations are easier to understand. [Time Management Ninja]

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