A number of different ways to save money also involve being "green." It's not expensive and some of these suggestions may surprise you.
Are you wasting water at home? Save money and thousands of gallons of water each year by following these tips.
These four items I have laid out are low-hanging fruit that give me the most bang for my buck in measurable savings on my monthly bill.
Wash your dishes in a minimum amount of water with the ideas you'll find here. You'll save on your water bills and feel good about saving the environment.
Start saving money now with these easy 20 tips. Watch your savings grow as you use these great ideas.
As a climate change skeptic and an environmentalist, I thought I would share some of my ideas on going green.
Save empty prescription containers and put them to use. They are a handy size and watertight, so are useful storage bottles.
Cutting the excess fat from your budget is not challenging as you might think. This hub teaches you how to save hundreds of dollars every year on everything from utilities to a tank of gas.
7 simple ways to save energy at home and reduce your electric bill. Ways to conserve energy are low-cost and easy to do.
If you're into frugal living, you will love what your kitchen sponge is capable of. Join countless of other enthusiasts already enjoying these squishy wonders in the home, garden and office.
Turn your stash of socks without matches into something useful. Try this tips for ways to repurpose stray socks.
Here are dozens of ways to get further use from clothing, socks, and towels that are stained or for some reason not suitable to donate to charity. Save the earth by recycling and repurposing.
Time-of-day or flexible pricing for electric rates can save considerable energy costs, but what is it? Find out how it works and if it might be for you.
This guide gives basic common sense tips you can try in order to cut your energy use in the home, reduce CO2 emissions, save money and do your bit to save the planet!
A simple guide to help you become more self-sufficient, more Earth-conscious, and less dependent on items produced by today's throw-away society.