Best Money Tips: Make a Small Kitchen Feel Big

by Ashley Jacobs on 2 May 2011 1 comment

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on how to make a small kitchen feel big, property renovations that affect your home's value, and retirement savings tips for new grads.

Top 5 Articles

5 Tips to Make Your Small Kitchen Feel Big — Make a small kitchen feel larger by having smaller and fewer appliances. [Re-Nest]

Property Renovations That Can Affect Your Home's Value — Before you try to sell your home, make sure you stage it nicely. Doing so can result in a 299% ROI. [The Digerati Life]

Retirement Savings Tips for New Grads — If you are a new grad, start saving for retirement by contributing to your 401(k) plan at work. [Kiplinger]

7 Tricks to Increase Your Savings Without Decreasing Your Lifestyle — Increase your savings without decreasing your lifestyle by buying items at a discount and saving the difference. [Not Made Of Money]

How to Save Money on Groceries without Using Coupons — Save money on groceries by learning to love generic brands. [Money Crashers]

Other Essential Reading

5 High-Paying Part-Time Jobs — Are you looking for a high-paying part-time job? If so, you should look into tutoring! [Moolanomy]

10 Egg Carton Crafts To Make With Your Child — Want to make use of empty egg cartons? Use them to make butterfly magnets with your kids. [Parenting Squad]

3 Reasons Why Failure is the Key to Success — Failure is the key to success because it builds character. [Life Optimizer]

6 Smart Wedding Tips From William and Kate — Learn a lesson from Will and Kate, be sure to save money on wedding rings. [SmartMoney]

Keep Your Wallet From a Hangover — If you are going out for the evening, make sure your wallet doesn't suffer by only buying what you like when it comes to drinks. [Budgets Are Sexy]

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A pullout cutting board adds an instant ready to use prep space. Mine, fairly typical, is 27" wide by about 20" deep. Somebody might also be able to make one that flips up with a fold-out leg.