Posts Tagged ‘eco friendly’

Many people share the common goal of saving more money. It can seem difficult sometimes, especially if you’re living paycheck to paycheck and struggling to take care of bills and expenses, but saving money doesn’t have to mean huge sacrifices or major budget modifications. Sometimes, just small lifestyle changes can help you to save a […]

Utility bills can fluctuate from month to month, and they can almost seem to double (or triple) during certain times of the year. The good news is that there are some simple ways you can cut down on these monthly costs. The following tips can you help you to lower your utility bills: Lights Although […]

One of the biggest and most obvious benefits of frugal living is that it helps you save more money. After all, who doesn’t like saving money? You can put that extra money you save towards a large purchase, you can use it to eliminate debt, or put it in savings for an emergency fund. But […]

There are several ways to considerably cut down on commuting costs: Carpool Share rides with friends or family that work in the same area, or suggest a carpooling system to your co-workers. Carpooling can significantly lower your carbon footprint, save wear and tear on your car, and help to cut down on your fuel and […]

You have to get to work and back every day in order to make a living, and the last thing you want is a large chunk of your paycheck going towards commuting costs. Unless you live within walking distance of your place of employment, this is one expense that is unavoidable, but there are several […]

Is your monthly water bill a little higher than you’d like it to be? There are some easy ways that you can reduce your water intake and help to lower your monthly water expenses. The shower Begin by swapping out baths (which use approximately 35 gallons) for showers, and shorten your shower time, too. The […]

Most of us assume that our monthly utility bills are correct, and many people will simply pay them without giving them a second thought or scrutinizing the cost breakdown. Some people even have their utility bills set up on an automatic payment deduction schedule, and even though they might receive bills through the mail or […]