Best Money Tips: Spring Cleaning Tasks That Help You Save Money

By Amy Lu on 25 March 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found helpful articles on spring cleaning tasks that save you money, DIYs that make your car look like new, and shopping hacks to use at Kohl’s.

Top 5 Articles

10 Spring Cleaning Tasks That Save You Money — It's warming up! Dust your fan blades, window sills, and ledges, and use your ceiling fans and fresh air to cool down when it gets too warm. [Everything Finance]

13 DIYs to Make Your Car Seem Like New Again — Make foggy windows sparkle with this eco-friendly solution! [PopSugar Smart Living]

25 Kohl’s Shopping Hacks – Using Coupon and Discounts — Shop Kohl's Clearance section for 60-90% off and use coupons to get an even better deal. [Saving Freak]

10 Things Not to Buy at Costco, Sam's, or BJ's — Vegetable oil and olive oil are good for only three to five months after opening. If you aren't able to get through the big jugs of oil offered at a warehouse club, the oil (and money you spent on it) would go to waste. [Cheapism]

5 Ways to Start Reaching Your Goal – Before You Even Have One — No matter what your goals are (or will be), you need to nurture the thoughts that benefit you and your aspirations. [Pick The Brain]

Other Essential Reading

5 Basic Stitches You Need to Know, Plus Other Textile Tips — There is a lot you can do with basic sewing skills. These stitches will allow you to tackle simple projects like patching a hole and attaching buttons. [Make:]

Stockpile Hacks: What Not to Include — Avoid dented, busted, bulging or frozen canned foods. The flawed cans may allow bacteria to grow and can cause health risks. [Couple Money]

9 Signs You Aren’t Loving Yourself As Much As You Should — Pay attention to your self talk. Do you call yourself names or tell yourself that you're too fat or skinny or old or wrinkly? [Change Your Thoughts]

Parenting Classes: Are They Ever Worth it? — Parenting styles classes may be helpful if you're really nervous about the type of parent you'll be, but they aren't necessary. Odds are, you'll be a blend of several styles. [Parenting Squad]

Picky Eater “Swaps” — Learn how to work around your child's picky eating and ensure that they get the nutrients they need. [$5 Dinners]

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