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Solar Lights and Taking Out Trash at Night

Solar Lights and Taking Out Trash at Night

| July 22, 2010 | 1 Comment

I’ve rekindled my love affair with solar power and solar lights. Like most folks, I’ve got the obligatory solar lights that line front walkway to my house. It works well and provides sufficient light since I live in an area with no street lights. That was the extent of my solar light affair until recently. […]

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Let The Sunshine In And Earn A Rebate

| March 6, 2010 | 0 Comments

Brightening your home with energy-efficient windows could earn you a tax rebate.

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Consumer World- A Great Consumer’s Resource

| March 2, 2009 | 0 Comments

If you have not done so already, I strongly suggest that you take a look at the Consumer World website.  In addition to looking through the website, you should sign up for their newsletter. Consumer World has a fountain of information that everyone who buys anything should be aware of.  As a result of a […]

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An Oil Faux Pas Teaches a New Level of Oil Conservation

| January 14, 2009 | 0 Comments

I’m not sure if it’s more energy efficient or not, but an oil oversight caused me to become even more oil efficient than I usually am. Here’s the scoop. I have a difficult time reading my oil gauge. For some reason I panic every time it gets to the 4th level indicator. I always think […]

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Don’t Let the Gas Price Dip Change You

| December 14, 2008 | 0 Comments

The momentary dip in gas and fuel prices is no reason to return to your old ways of over consumption.  Keep conserving. I’ve got to say, I do enjoy looking at the new and improved lower gas prices when I pass a gas station, but I can’t help but shake my head in disgust to […]

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A Simple Tip for Improving Your Car’s Gas Mileage

A Simple Tip for Improving Your Car’s Gas Mileage

| April 27, 2008 | 0 Comments

Before you stick your key in the ignition of your car, look around the car to see if you’re driving with unnecessary weight bearing items. The extra weight will cause your car to work harder and use more gas. Look under the front seats, check the back seat, open the trunk, glove compartment, and ashtray. […]

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