A bidet isn’t merely a novel way to clean your behind. Over time, it’s a potentially potent money-saving tool that can dramatically reduce or eliminate what you spend on toilet paper. These options can help you save money on household hygiene using a bidet attachment instead of TP.
Minor efficiency upgrades are a fast, easy, and effective way to save money on utilities. But they don't permanently improve your home's ability to retain warm or cool air. Fortunately, these government tax credits and incentives can offset the cost of residential green energy projects.
Too often, it seems like making your life greener means spending more. But that needn’t be the case. One of the best ways to be more eco-friendly is to cut back on your use of energy and natural resources — which cost money. That means you can protect your wallet as well as the environment.
Most communities have a local farmers market, and they're popular for a good reason. Farmers markets provide fresh, locally grown produce, as well as homemade or home-baked goods. They also make it easier to eat healthy on a budget. Read on for tips on making the most of your local farmers market.
The price of gas is nothing if not volatile. Fortunately, as the auto industry moves steadily toward a low-emissions future dominated by hybrid-electric, plug-in hybrids, and all-electric vehicles, drivers looking to trim their fuel bills and help the environment have no shortage of choices.
More and more people are enjoying the benefits of food gardening. But you don’t have to dig a plot in the ground to grow your own fruits and vegetables. It’s relatively easy to begin container gardening. You just need a few basic supplies and some tips to get your garden going on the cheap.
Penny-pinchers and green thumbs alike often tout gardening as a way to save on groceries. But it’s easy to spend a small fortune on it. Fortunately, with a few DIY skills, you don’t have to spend a lot. It’s possible to start your own vegetable garden for next to nothing.
A home produce garden can have many benefits for your health and wallet. It offers a chance to save money on groceries while enjoying homegrown flavor and freshness. But the cost, space, and time requirements of gardening turn off some people. Fortunately, each of these problems has a solution.
Energy costs can really impact household budgets, but a home energy audit can lower your monthly bill. Doing a DIY audit is easy, or you can hire a professional to do it for you. Find out how to do your own home energy audit, how to save on a professional audit, and which you should choose.
My husband and I are avid gardeners. Our yard isn’t huge, but it’s big enough for a 100-square-foot vegetable garden that provides us with fresh...
Home utility costs quietly eat into most of our monthly budgets, and using a home energy audit to help reduce your energy usage is great for both your wallet and the environment. Learn how to act on the findings of a home energy audit, how much the fixes could cost, and your potential savings.
Think about how much plastic you have in your home. There's plastic packaging from the Amazon Prime order you got yesterday, plastic shopping bags from...