Wash Clothes in Cold Water
A tip your water heater will thank you for.
When possible, wash your clothes in cold water. This can save you a whopping 75% in energy usage.
Let’s face it: pesticides are bad. They kill bugs, for Pete’s sake, so they can’t be all that good for your average human. Research has linked human exposure to pesticides to cancer, neurological damage, birth defects, possible early-onset Parkinson’s… the list goes on and on. So you should avoid regular produce and eat organic, right?
Getting your child back into the classroom can be expensive… if you let it be. The following tips will help you to avoid going overboard this year in terms of back to school shopping. Start with a plan. The key to any shopping expedition is to start with a plan and stick to it. Involve
With the price of gas high and seemingly on the verge of forever heading higher with the next hurricane, terrorist threat, or industry whim, you should be doing whatever you can to limit the amount of fuel you’re burning through. The following tips cover a wide range of areas where you can save considerable money
While summer opens up a whole world of summer outdoor fun, it also exposes us to a slew of minor ailments just waiting to make us miserable. From sunburn and poison ivy to bee stings and blisters, summertime ailments can suck a lot of the fun out of an already short time of the year.
When it gets hot, you naturally want to cool down, and the easiest way to do that is to flick on the AC and just chill. It’s also the most expensive way to cool down. The following tips will help you to beat the heat without spending a ton of cash to do it. Change
One of the biggest problems facing the home gardener comes in the form of garden pests. While small, they have voracious appetites and can quickly turn your backyard pride and joy into a desolate, salad-less realm. Have no fear, though. There are some cheap and easy methods of knocking down even the hungriest of garden