Best Money Tips: How to Spend Less on Swiffer

By Amy Lu on 18 March 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found helpful articles on cleaning your house with Swiffer without spending a bundle, remodels that don’t add value to your home, and the best travel tips from travel bloggers.

Top 5 Articles

7 Ways to Swiffer for Less — Repurpose old socks (chenille works especially well) to substitute disposable Swiffer pads. [Cheapism]

Remodels That Do Not Add Value To Your Home — Some buyers may be willing to pay extra for a pool, but that's not always the case. [SheBudgets]

20 Travel Bloggers Share The Best Tips For Every Traveler — Need help getting to your lodgings? Language barriers won't be an issue if you take a snapshot of the name and address of your hotel in the native language. [Because I'm Cheap]

19 Smart Uses For Tea Tree Essential Oil — Add just 10 drops of tea tree oil to your favorite shampoo to get rid of dandruff flakes. [PopSugar Smart Living]

How to Be Productive at Home: 5 Simple Hacks — Work by a window! Regular exposure to sunlight can improve your sleep, mood, and productivity. [Life Optimizer]

Other Essential Reading

Six Easy Ways To A Clutter-Free Desk — Do you have supplies floating all across your desk? Use divided trays to store pencils, highlighters, clips, tapes and other stationery items. [Get Organized Wizard]

5 Ways To Buy Video Games Without Going Broke — You don't need to buy a game to play it. Look for free games, or check out services like RedBox that allow you to rent a game. [Frugal Buzz]

The Best Educational Streaming Shows for Preschoolers — Available on Netflix, Monster Math Squad teaches math concepts, and there's an extensive teacher's resource guideline that you can find online. [Lazy Man and Money]

How to Figure Out Whether Or Not You Can Afford It — You may be able to afford the sticker price, but can you keep up with any ongoing costs? [My Dollar Plan]

Do Children Have to Go to Preschool? — Preschool is not mandatory, but it can be a great way for your child to learn how to exist in a classroom. On the other hand, you may want to keep your child at home during these formative years. [Parenting Squad]

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