Weekly Shout Outs: Environmentally Friendly Edition

Weekly Shout Outs: Environmentally Friendly Edition

Have you been wanting to make your life greener, but afraid it will cost you too much money to start? Not to worry. We’re dedicating this week’s shout outs to tips and ideas to become more environmentally friendly that won’t cost you a fortune. Have ideas that we don’t mention here? Share them in the comments below!

101 Ways to Save Energy and Environment – for Mother Earth                         (One Cent at a Time)
So you want to save energy, but you don’t know where to start? Here’s a list of 101 ways to do so from One Cent at a Time. With so much on the list, you’ll be sure to find a few ideas that work for your life.

Do it Yourself Green Projects (Sustainable Personal Finance)
Love DIY projects? If you do, Sustainable Personal Finance describes fun and easy projects you can do yourself to help make your home green. Have fun and save money at the same time!

Five Tips for Landscaping on a Budget (Married with Debt)
Once you finish your in-home projects, Married with Debt helps you do the same in your yard. Check out this article for ways to exercise your green thumb without breaking your budget.

10 Ways to Make Your Home a Zero-Waste Facility (Prairie Eco-Thrifter)
Reducing waste is an important part of helping the environment. Try Prairie Eco-Thrifter’s easy-to-do strategies to reduce waste in your home and save money in the process.

10 Ways to Go Green and Save Green (Worldwatch Institute)
Now you know that you don’t always have to invest a ton of money to go green. The environmental experts at Worldwatch Institute bring you ten more ways that you can go green, save money, and know that you’re having a positive impact on the environment.

We’re so excited that we’ve been mentioned by several awesome bloggers this week! To find more ways to save money in your life, you won’t want to miss these great blogs: Club Thrifty, Nerd Wallet, One Smart Dollar, and Thriftability.

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  • http://twitter.com/onlyonecent One Cent At A Time

    Thanks for the mention, glad you liked it

  • http://twitter.com/prairieecothrif Miss T

    Thank you for the inclusion. I really appreciate it and am glad you found the article helpful.