Best Money Tips: How to Avoid the Worst Kitchen-Cleaning Mistakes

By Amy Lu on 24 April 2018 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on the worst kitchen-cleaning mistakes you can make, student loan mistakes that cost you huge money, and what you can do today to help yourself tomorrow.

Top 5 Articles

The 11 Worst Mistakes You're Making When Cleaning the Kitchen — You need more than just soap and water to keep gross mold and buildup out of your garbage disposal. [PopSugar Smart Living]

7 Biggest Student Loan Mistakes That Cost You Huge Money — These major student loan mistakes can keep you from killing that debt and make it more difficult to pursue other goals. [Frugal Rules]

What Can Today’s You Do To Help Tomorrow’s You? — Many choices we make are choices for today that may actually have a negative impact on your life in the future. [A Mess Free Life]

How to Stop Allowing Other People to Influence Your Spending — It's okay to get advice from other people, but you know your own situation best. If it seems like other people are trying to influence your financial decisions, try these tips to keep them at bay. [Everyday Finance]

Emotions and Money: The Difference Between Your Net Worth and Self Worth — Join Experian's #CreditChat tomorrow at 3 p.m. ET for a discussion on how your emotions can affect your money — and vice versa. [Experian]

Other Essential Reading

Best Early Retirement Calculators — These calculators will help you determine if you're on track to hit your retirement goal. [Wallet Hacks]

3 Steps to Eliminate Decluttering Overwhelm and Create a Space You Love — Start by creating a vision of what you do and do not want in your space. You'll get there faster if you have a good idea of what you want your space to look like. [Classy Simple Life]

How to Remodel Your Home on a Budget — Do your research. Get ballpark prices on the projects you want to do and eliminate the ones that you already know will be too expensive. [Disease Called Debt]

Feeling Poor Despite Good Earnings — Even if you have a decent income, you will never get ahead if you keep spending more than you earn. Take a look at these guidelines to figure out how much you should budget for each spending category. [Free Money Finance]

Voice assistants can't understand Pittsburghese — Alexa and other voice assistants are trained in regular American English and often trip up on requests in regional dialects. [The Christian Science Monitor]

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