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Saving on your Water Bill: 5 Quick, Easy, & Cheap Changes to Make
Thu, 06/27/13 | 6 Comments
Saving on your Water Bill: 5 Quick, Easy, & Cheap Changes to Make

Lets try this exercise again, but switch from electricity to a different utility. The mean spent on water in the U.S. per year, is $547 per 2-person household.
For as much water as Americans use – …

4 Things Everyone Should do to Save Electricity
Wed, 06/26/13 | 14 Comments
4 Things Everyone Should do to Save Electricity

The mean spent on electricity in the U.S. per year, is $1,426 per 2-person household.
I live in mid-Michigan – home of the muggy, swamp-ass summer (although nothing like the mid-south, I will admit). I still …

Watering my Lawn had MULTIPLIED my Total Water Usage!
Wed, 05/8/13 | 12 Comments
Watering my Lawn had MULTIPLIED my Total Water Usage!

This is a long lost post from the 20somethingfinance archives. I wrote it a few years ago, and for whatever reason, it was lost and never published. The dates are old, but the lesson learned …

2013 Energy Tax Credits
Thu, 12/13/12 | 7 Comments
2013 Energy Tax Credits

Energy Tax Credits in 2013
If you were planning a modest home improvement update that would save you future energy costs and reduce your carbon footprint in the hopes that it would be partially funded by …

The 2 Things Everyone should do to Lower Heating Costs this Winter
Mon, 10/22/12 | 18 Comments
The 2 Things Everyone should do to Lower Heating Costs this Winter

Fall is my favorite time of year.
Michigan’s fall climate brings vivid changing colors, crisp cool mornings, and a reprieve from the muggy-swamp-ass-humid summer months. That’s “Pure Michigan”.
But one thing I don’t love is the ensuing …

What is SRI? An Intro to Socially Responsible Investing
Mon, 04/30/12 | 11 Comments
What is SRI? An Intro to Socially Responsible Investing

We recently discussed how impact reduction has a direct correlation to personal wealth.
The discussion prompted reader, Bill, to write in with a great question,
“I assume that you invest a lot of that savings, but isn’t …


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