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Let’s take a look at some of these minor changes.
First things first. If you have good internet connection, get rid of TV and magazine subscriptions. Almost everything a person needs can be found online. This eliminates the need for TV and print publications. While you’re at it, use the TV sparingly to save on electricity.
Unplugging devices at night before you go to sleep may seem la small act, but it can have a huge impact on your yearly budget. Since devices can suck energy from socket even when they’re turned off, unplugging them can save you $8 to $10 a month. That’s easily over $100 a year.
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Insulated water tanks are also great at saving energy since it keeps water hot longer when you need it.
As the weather starts to get colder, open the windows as bit for natural air to cool the place instead of using the A/C or even a fan.
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