Best Money Tips: How to Prep Your Home for Fall and Winter

By Amy Lu on 26 September 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on how to prepare your home for fall and winter, money-saving beauty hacks, and a checklist to help you get ready for overnight guests.

Top 5 Articles

Prepare Your Home for Fall & Winter — Pull up the annuals in your garden to prevent mold, mildew, and pests. [Living Well Spending Less]

5 Beauty Hacks to Save You Money — Love wearing fragrances? You can get the scent to last longer by applying a touch of Vaseline before you spray. [Shopping Kim]

10 Item Checklist to Prepare Your Home for Overnight Guests — Map out a meal plan ahead of time to save money and frustration. [More With Less Today]

19 Adult Things to Get Done Before the Year Ends — Clean up your phone and make room on your storage for more memories. [PopSugar Smart Living]

25 Ways to Take the Hassle Out of Booking Holiday Travel — Star ratings often reflect amenities, not overall experience. Be open to booking 2- or 3-star hotels with excellent customer reviews if you want the most value for your budget. [Cheapism]

Other Essential Reading

As Fed normalizes policy, economy’s ‘new normal’ is anything but. — Although the recession is over, economists are still predicting slower growth in the decades ahead. [The Christian Science Monitor]

Important Things to Consider When Combining Finances in a Relationship — Join Experian's #CreditChat tomorrow at 3 p.m. ET for a discussion on important things to consider when you're combining finances in a relationship. [Experian]

3 Tax Mistakes your Small Business can Easily Avoid — It's easy to get carried away when it comes to writing off business expenses. Be diligent about separating personal and business expenses so you don't trigger an audit. [Due]

How to Build a Better Fire in Your Fireplace — A toasty blaze in the fireplace can keep you warm in winter, but make sure you use the right tools and methods to build a fire safely. [The Allstate Blog]

Less Is More: Even You Can Be a Minimalist — Ask a close friend or family to help you pare things down. They'll likely be more detached from your stuff but will have enough insight to know what truly matters to you. [Dinks Finance]

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