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    Surprising Benefits Of Going Green

    Unexpected Benefits Of Going Green

    There are many things you can do to green your life in 2018, or anytime you want to get started. Regardless of what inspired the change, there are a few surprising benefits of going green.

    Improved Health

    There are many ways in which green living can improve your health. For example, adding a plant or two to every room, switching to soy candles, and almost entirely green cleaning products will improve the air quality in your home—which is particularly important for anyone with asthma or respiratory problems.

    You Will Save Money

    It’s true, green products often cost more upfront, but can save you money in many ways. Your energy-efficient investments will reduce your monthly water and power bill. Thrift store shopping slashes your clothing budget. Your window box herb garden and home garden will slash your food budget—really maximize your harvest by freezing, canning, and dehydrating you produce. Your green skincare and beauty products actually work, eliminating the need to constantly test new products. Riding your bike to work cuts your gas bill, and doubles as your cardio.

    You will also find ways to repurpose, upcycle, donate, or gift almost everything you use which is an excellent creative outlet, but there are many more surprising benefits of going green that you will find along the way!

  • Need To Make A Bit More Cash?
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    Creative Ways To Make A Bit More Cash

    While your hourly wage or salary might be set in stone, that doesn’t mean that you can’t make a bit of extra cash—or at least free up more cash in your…

  • Is It Really Cheaper To Rent?

    Is It Really Cheaper To Rent?

    There is a trend that has been sweeping many major metropolitan areas, and a growing number of small towns too—selling your home because renting is cheaper, or never planning to buy…

  • Create Your Monthly Budget

    How To Create Your Budget

    Currently, only 1 out of 3 people has a detailed budget with categorized areas of spending. If you don’t currently track your spending you may be shocked to learn exactly where…