Best Money Tips: Transform Your Finances With These Simple Habits

By Amy Lu on 14 June 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on simple habits that will transform your finances, kitchen cleaning DIYs, and cheap ways to make your house seem fancier.

Top 5 Articles

6 Simple Habits That Will Transform Your Finances — Check your bank account daily to avoid being blindsided by overdrafts, fees and other issues. [A Debt Free Mess Free Life]

18 Kitchen Cleaning DIYs — Replace single-use Swiffer wipes with reusable floor wipes that you can make at home. [PopSugar Smart Living]

6 Cheap Ways to Make Your House Seem Fancier — Spruce up an old sofa or chair with fresh new couch covers. Toss in a few throw pillows for pops of color. [Frugal Village]

Stay Cool: 4 Tips to Help Renters Beat the Heat This Summer — Wear a cooling scarf if you need some extra relief from the heat. It works on pets, too, and you can make your own! [The Allstate Blog]

13 Things You Shouldn’t Use Debt to Buy — The value of electronics depreciates insanely fast. Don't go into debt to pay for the latest gadget. [The Fortunate Investor]

Other Essential Reading

4 Legal Questions Every Small Business Owner Should Ask — Make sure your small business starts off on the right (legal) foot by asking these four questions. [Due]

How You Can Develop Better Money Habits — Don't try to do a complete overhaul all at once. Figure out what is the most important financial change you can make and work on that, first. [Canadian Finance Blog]

5 Reasons Why Proactivity is Key to Productivity — You aren't doing your own work if you're simply waiting for work to come to you. [Time Management Ninja]

Is Your Home Safe for Children and Elderly? — Children learn quickly and will eventually figure out how to undo a latch, a gate, or a plug. Instead of spending a fortune to babyproof your home, teach your children where they can and can't go, and why. [Sweet Home Times]

In Zimbabwe, benefits of forgotten farming method realized during drought — Traditional farming methods are proving to be more productive and cost-effective in Zimbabwe, a country with strong and frequent droughts. [The Christian Science Monitor]

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