Best Money Tips: Successful People Refuse to Do These Things

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on things that successful people refuse to do, hacks to reclaim your house from messy pets, and ways to keep your brain young.

Top 5 Articles

6 Things Successful People Refuse To Do — Successful people refuse to limit their dreams. Setting high expectations gives you a vision for what your future will look like if you take the right steps. [Pick The Brain]

25 Hacks to Reclaim Your House From Messy Pets — To keep your pet's favorite spot on the couch from smelling too ripe, sprinkle some baking soda on the cushions, let it sit for a few minutes, then vacuum it all up. [Cheapism]

9 Ways To Keep Your Brain Young — Maintaining an even blood sugar level helps you feel more energetic. With more energy, you can think more clearly. [Dumb Little Man]

10 Minimalist Travel Tips That Will Help You Save Bag Space — Shoes take up a lot of luggage real estate. See if you can get by with only one or two pairs of comfortable, versatile shoes that you can dress up or down. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Are You Eligible for Paid Family Leave Without Knowing It? — Several states now — or will — offer paid family leave under their respective statewide insurance programs. [Consumer Reports]

Other Essential Reading

5 Money Skills Every High School Grad Should Have — Everyone needs these core money skills to get through life. [Due]

Is It Cheaper To Build Your Own Home Than Buy One? — If you do it right, you can build a home on your own (or with a little help) for under $100,000. [Money Under 30]

Airbnb is dispatching inspectors to thousands of properties for new 'Plus' program — The Plus program is meant to reassure travelers that they'll be staying somewhere nice. [The Christian Science Monitor]

Beautiful Practice Ground: The Secret to Training Your Mind — How you habitually respond to difficulty is actually a Beautiful Practice Ground for your mind. [zen habits]

Marriage and Money: Should We Have Joint or Separate Bank Accounts? — There are a few things to consider before you decide whether it's better to have joint or separate bank accounts with your spouse. [Couple Money]

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