Best Money Tips: How to Prep Your Home for Fall and Winter


Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on how to prepare your home for fall and winter, money-saving beauty hacks, and a checklist to help you get ready for overnight guests.

Top 5 Articles

Prepare Your Home for Fall & Winter — Pull up the annuals in your garden to prevent mold, mildew, and pests. [Living Well Spending Less]

5 Beauty Hacks to Save You Money — Love wearing fragrances? You can get the scent to last longer by applying a touch of Vaseline before you spray. [Shopping Kim]

10 Item Checklist to Prepare Your Home for Overnight Guests — Map out a meal plan ahead of time to save money and frustration. [More With Less Today]

19 Adult Things to Get Done Before the Year Ends — Clean up your phone and make room on your storage for more memories. [PopSugar Smart Living]

25 Ways to Take the Hassle Out of Booking Holiday Travel — Star ratings often reflect amenities, not overall experience. Be open to booking 2- or 3-star hotels with excellent customer reviews if you want the most value for your budget. [Cheapism]

Other Essential Reading

As Fed normalizes policy, economy’s ‘new normal’ is anything but. — Although the recession is over, economists are still predicting slower growth in the decades ahead. [The Christian Science Monitor]

Important Things to Consider When Combining Finances in a Relationship — Join Experian's #CreditChat tomorrow at 3 p.m. ET for a discussion on important things to consider when you're combining finances in a relationship. [Experian]

3 Tax Mistakes your Small Business can Easily Avoid — It's easy to get carried away when it comes to writing off business expenses. Be diligent about separating personal and business expenses so you don't trigger an audit. [Due]

How to Build a Better Fire in Your Fireplace — A toasty blaze in the fireplace can keep you warm in winter, but make sure you use the right tools and methods to build a fire safely. [The Allstate Blog]

Less Is More: Even You Can Be a Minimalist — Ask a close friend or family to help you pare things down. They'll likely be more detached from your stuff but will have enough insight to know what truly matters to you. [Dinks Finance]

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