The holidays are fast approaching, and for most who are glad to see the pandemic in the rearview mirror – the holiday season is quite a welcome sight.
According to a recently released National Energy Assistance Directors Association (NEADA) report, home heating costs (across all fuel types) are projected to increase by more than 17%+ this year.
As mid-summer nears, many students and parents are involved in an annual pilgrimage – busily preparing for the upcoming school year. However, with extensive inflation eating away at everyone’s budget and buying power, saving a few has become more appealing than ever.
Want to slash your grocery store tab? Saving money on groceries is easier than collecting binders of coupons and buying 455 rolls of toilet paper.
Summer brings a lot of good times, but it can also come with high air conditioning bills. You want to stay cool and comfortable during the summer, but you also want to stay within your budget. This is possible. You just need to optimize your cooling situation, so you don't throw money down the drain. To save money on summer cooling, check out these tips.
January 10th was National Cut Your Energy Cost Day. To celebrate, we have a few tips to keeping your home warm without leaving you broke.
As leaves change to the colors of fall and nature readies itself for the winter season, Americans celebrate Thanksgiving – a holiday dedicated to being grateful for the current harvest and other blessings received during the year.
Garden Meditation Day is May 3rd. This is the perfect day to decompress from all the chaos and stress in your life. It’s a day where you are encouraged to take time out for yourself, surrounded by the beauty of a garden. Whether that garden is in your backyard, on your balcony or in a public space, the idea is to just relax and take in all the beauty and peace around you.
The idea behind food prep is that you can eat good, healthy food throughout the week by doing a little extra work on the weekend. What this means is that on the weekend you do a lot of “pre-cooking” and cooking for meals that will get you through the week.
Reducing your home's energy usage doesn't require you to spend much money. By making small lifestyle changes and by making changes to the way you use electronics and appliances, you can reduce your home's energy bills. Over the course of years, you can save hundreds of dollars.