Best Money Tips: Make Your House Look Awesome for $50 or Less

By Ashley Jacobs on 8 September 2014 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on making your house look awesome for $50 or less, ways to save $1,000 for holiday shopping, and cash-back websites for online shoppers.

Top 5 Articles

23 Ways to Make Your House Look Awesome for $50 or Less — Decluttering and tackling your carpet stains can make your house look awesome without breaking the bank. [Money Talks News]

12 Ways to Save $1,000 for Holiday Shopping in the 12 Weeks Before Christmas — Being smart with your utilities and doing a financial fast may help you save $1,000 before the holidays. [Credit Sesame]

5 Cash-Back Websites for Online Shoppers — Online shoppers should check out Ebates and FatWallet. [Kiplinger]

18 Reasons Why You Should Look Forward to Turning 30 — When you turn 30, you will get to reap the benefits of the bad experiences you had in your 20s. [PopSugar Smart Living]

How to Hold Down a Day Job While Nurturing Your Business on the Side — When juggling a full time job and a side business, get organized and don't be afraid to ask for help. [Careful Cents]

Other Essential Reading

Why I Voluntarily Slashed My Salary — Being underemployed may not be for everyone, but if your definition of a rich life doesn't include money, slashing your salary may be a good optoin for you. [Get Rich Slowly]

Solve Debt Problems: How to Take Control of Your Debt — Start by figuring out exactly how much you owe, and then create a realistic budget that you can follow. [Lifehacker UK]

7 Ways to Teach Our Sons to Respect Women — If you want your son to respect women, teach him to speak kindly and to be chivalrous. [Parenting Squad]

Eight Reasons Not to Worry About Military Retirement — Members of the military returning from duty shouldn't worry about retirement if they haven't been offered a job yet. Once they ramp up their job search, they should have more success and be able to save for retirement. [The Military Guide]

Oh, How I Wish I Could Go Back and Talk Some Sense into My Free-Spending Teenaged Self — Do you wish you had started saving at a younger age? What is the best advice you'd give your younger self? [Bargaineering]

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