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Consume More Gas at Low Prices? It’s a Trap!
Mon, 02/2/15 | 26 Comments
Consume More Gas at Low Prices? It’s a Trap!

As I’m sure you are joyfully aware, average gas prices have been rapidly decreasing over the past few months. The average U.S. price per gallon of gasoline is now $2.04 per gallon, with many regions …

The Most Fuel Efficient Cars of 2015
Mon, 01/26/15 | 5 Comments
The Most Fuel Efficient Cars of 2015

In this post, I will highlight the top 15 cars with the best fuel efficiency across all electric, hybrid, and gas-powered vehicles sold in the United States. 2015 will be another banner year for improved …

LED vs. CFL Costs: the Mass Market Financial Crossover Point has Arrived
Mon, 06/2/14 | 10 Comments
LED vs. CFL Costs: the Mass Market Financial Crossover Point has Arrived

Ahh, the good ole’ lightbulb. Literally a century with zero technological enhancements in mass marketed products.
Why?
Coal-powered energy was damn cheap! In many ways, it still is. But it has risen to levels that can have …

The Most Fuel Efficient Cars of 2014
Mon, 01/20/14 | 6 Comments
The Most Fuel Efficient Cars of 2014

Update: I have since published a newer list of the most fuel efficient cars of 2015.
A Good Year for Fuel Efficient Cars
If you’re looking for a place to start your research on the most fuel …

How to Make your Own Non-Toxic Cleaning Products
Wed, 08/28/13 | 10 Comments
How to Make your Own Non-Toxic Cleaning Products

Even though most so-called “green” cleaners claim to be environmentally friendly and good for you, there really is no federal regulations of what “green” is (“green” is a subjective quality analogous to , not a …

Your Toilet Might be Leaking. Here’s how to Detect & Fix it
Tue, 08/27/13 | 3 Comments
Your Toilet Might be Leaking. Here’s how to Detect & Fix it

For a personal finance blogger, nothing is quite as satisfying as crafting a personal finance lesson analogy to a toilet:
“Sometimes the leaks that hurt the most are the tiny ones that go undetected.”
That felt good.
But …


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