Best Money Tips: Maximize Your Space With These Tiny House Trends

Welcome to Wise Bread’s Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on tiny house trends that will help you maximize your space, money lessons we can learn from football, and online security steps to take this holiday season.

Top 5 Articles

5 Tiny House Trends to Maximize Your Space — Streamline the color palette in your house to get a unified feel throughout. When the furnishings and accents belong in the same family, you’ll get a consistent look even when you move furniture from one room to another. [The Allstate Blog]

10 Money Lessons We Can Learn from Football — Who knew you could learn about money management by watching football? [SheBudgets]

7 online security steps to take this holiday season — Add another layer of protection to your accounts by using multi-factor authentication whenever it’s offered. [Don’t Mess With Taxes]

How Often Should You Clean Everything in Your House? Here’s a Handy Guide — Follow this guide to make sure everything in your house is cleaned as often as they should be. [PopSugar Smart Living]

21 Items NOT to Bring to Your White Elephant Gift Exchange — In a white elephant gift exchange, you won’t know who will receive your gift. Keep it safe and avoid bringing gifts that may be too niche — or too plentiful. [Cheapism]

Other Essential Reading

Get More Value For Your Old Gadgets — If your gadgets are still in good condition, you can rent them out and earn a little money. [Northern Cheapskate]

11 Things You Can’t Return to Amazon — Make sure you absolutely want these items before you buy them on Amazon. [Kiplinger]

20 Sites to Start Selling Crafts Online Today — Crafty types can earn some extra cash by advertising your homemade wares at these popular sites. [Well Kept Wallet]

Five Ways You Can Turn Your Analytical Skills into Money — Are you working in the right field for your skills? People who are good at spotting trends and finding connections between events can use their skills for these interesting and rewarding jobs. [Pinching Pennies]

Is culture missing from conservation? Scientists take cues from indigenous peoples. — A “biocultural” strategy that bridges science, community, and culture may be the key to long-term conservation and sustainability. [The Christian Science Monitor]