We live in a throwaway society. All this waste is costly, both for us and for the environment. Whenever you choose to reuse, you’re making your life greener and cheaper at the same time. And there are many ways to trim both household waste and your personal budget.
There’s no way around it: Sustainable clothes made with eco-friendly fabrics and fairly paid labor tend to cost more. But eco-conscious shoppers can remain true to their principles without busting their budgets. If you know where to look, you can find clothing that’s good for both the planet and your wallet.
On a blazing July day with the temperature in the high double or triple digits, it can be tempting to stay indoors all day with the air conditioner cranked up. Unfortunately, air-conditioned comfort comes with a high price tag. But there are ways to reduce that cost.
Your wedding is one of the biggest days of your life. You want it to be fabulous! But the average wedding comes with a lot of waste and cost. Most nuptial staples aren’t made with the environment or your wallet in mind. But all hope is not lost thanks to these money- and environment-saving tips.
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.