Best Money Tips: How to Clean Everything in Your Home

By Amy Lu on 22 October 2014 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on how to clean everything in your home, budget friendly hobbies, and the times you should always spend to save.

Top 5 Articles

How to Clean Everything in Your Home and Beyond — Get rid of the coffee stains in your favorite mug by rubbing it with a damp cloth sprinkled with salt and dish soap. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Five Budget Friendly Hobbies to Take Up — Surfing the waves is great exercise, and most surf shops will have used surfboards that you can buy on the cheap. [Thousandaire]

The 4 Times You Should Always Spend to Save — If you have the cash to pay for a car, do it and save on interest. [My Bank Tracker]

Rate Chasing, Babysitting Rings, and More! 23 Ways to Save Money Today — If you're not ready to quit a costly habit cold turkey, try cutting it in half first. [Ready For Zero]

3 Signs You Need Help With Your Debt — If you can only afford to make the minimum payments, it's time to see a professional to help you tackle your debt. [Smart on Money]

Other Essential Reading

5 Ways to Lower the Cost of Car Ownership — Invest in a vehicle repair manual and learn to fix your own car should a problem arise. [Money Cactus]

How to Make Being a Stay-at-Home Mom a Reality — If you want to be a a stay-at-home mom, your family may need to sacrifice a second car or costly activities for the kids. [MoneyNing]

How to Handle a Young Child Who Hits — When your child is acting aggressively, it's more beneficial if your reaction is calm — yet firm — rather than angry. [Parenting Squad]

Don’t Make Debt a Worry: Try These Business Tips — The electricity bill is the second highest expense of most businesses. Invest in a meter asset manager to help you track your energy use and find the savings. [The Money Principle]

The One Action You Need to Take in Any Market Correction — When a market correction hits, the best thing you can do is to simply continue your investment plan. [Consumerism Commentary]

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