Weekly Shout Outs: Winter Weather Edition

Weekly Shout Outs: Winter Weather EditionWinter is fast approaching, but are you ready for it? The snow may look magical outside, but the cold weather can wreak havoc on your energy bill. That’s why we’re sharing some great articles that will help you prepare your home for the cold weather. Read on for tips on how to stay warm without breaking the budget.

Prep for Winter with These Tips for Maximizing Heating Efficiency (Lifehacker)
What’s the easiest way to save money on your heating bill? Maximize your heating efficiency. Lifehacker shares some great ways to get started.

Winterize Your Car: Save Money This Winter by Spending Now (Daily Perk – Perkstreet)
Homes aren’t the only thing to take a winter beating – your car will be affected by the cold weather too. Perkstreet talks how spending money to prep you car now can help you save when winter comes.

5 More Ways to Prepare Your Home for the Winter (Money Smart Guides)
How about some more tips to getting your home ready for winter? Money Smart Guides shares small things you can do in your home that could have a big savings impact on your heating bill.

The Contractor Who Nearly Blew Up Our House (Plus: How to Hire Contractors (Money Under 30)
Many people do renovations to make their homes more heating and cooling efficient. If you’re one of them, then don’t miss these tips by Money Under 30 on how to hire a contractor you can trust.

3 Cost Comparisons for Alternative Heating Sources (Christian PF)
Maybe your home is as prepped for winter as it can get, but you still need to save money on heating. Christian PF compares the costs of 3 other ways to heat your home.

While you’re at it, check out some great blogs who’ve recently mentioned us for some more money savings tips:

Money Counselor
Money Smart Guides
Nerd Wallet

And don’t forget to check out our newest guest posts for Credit.com and DINKS Finance! We share tips on student loans plus how to get ahead financially in today’s economy.

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  • Thank you for the compliment for Money Counselor!

    • Shannon_ReadyForZero

      You’re very welcome!