Best Money Tips: How to Furnish Your Apartment for Less

By Amy Lu on 7 August 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on budget-friendly ways to furnish an apartment, how to be a good host when you have house guests, and ways to make back-to-school season exciting for everyone.

Top 5 Articles

7 Top Tips for Furnishing an Apartment on a Budget — An easy way to change the look of your kitchen is by replacing cupboard doors with curtains. [Yes, I Am Cheap]

How to be a good host: planning for house guests — Cook as much as you can before your guests arrive so you can spend less time in the kitchen and more time socializing. [Unclutterer]

9 Ways to Make Back-to-School Season Exciting For Everyone — Including Yourself — The first day of school can be really stressful for your kids. Make them smile by slipping a surprise in their backpack, like a scented lip balm or a photo from the summer to decorate their locker. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Grow a Great Garden on a Budget With the Easiest Plants to Grow — Look for free compost and mulch at tree-trimming companies, landfills, or even coffee shops. [More With Less Today]

10 Dorm Room Necessities — Even if your college student has a meal plan with the school, the dining hall may not be open late at night. Having a mini fridge in the dorm room makes it easy to stock up on food and drinks for those late nights. [Clever Dude]

Other Essential Reading

5 Ways To Make Money With Your Vehicle — You'll have a hard time selling your car if it doesn't work anymore, but you can still get decent money from for parts of they're in good condition. [Money Soldiers]

6 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Rent to Save Money — There's no need to buy extra tables, chairs, or linens for a one-time shindig. Look up party stores in your area that rent out décor and supplies. [Everything Finance]

The 5 Rules Of Self Development — It's important to be tenacious, but if you want to succeed, you also need to know when to give up. [A Daring Adventures]

How to Save Time by Stealing It — Take a look at how you spend all your time and see where you can steal a few hours to do something you never seem to have time for. [Productive Flourishing]

Finally some good news for homeowners – but it's in jeopardy — Thanks to an improving economy, homeownership is becoming available for more Americans, but policy changes could threaten the gains. [The Christian Science Monitor]

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