Short answer - absolutely you can save money going green! The term "going green" typically refers to any activity that lessens your impact on the environment and/or doing your part to conserve and recycle our everyday resources. There are literally thousands, if not more, ways to actually "go green", and with the help of blogs and the internet in general, we have a real shot as we move into 2009 of going green by leveraging and taking advantage of many different and unique methods.
In contrast to going on a diet when you're trying to lose weight - generally the diet food costs more than "regular" food, so besides actually losing weight, there is no other benefit to going on a diet, and it can be quite expensive, but that's quite the opposite when you go on an earth diet (conserving less energy, recycling, etc...). » Read More
1. KEEP YOUR PENDING BILLS TOGETHER, IN ONE DESIGNATED AREA. As soon as your mail arrives, or at your designated mail sorting time, sort through the mail, separating your pending bills from all of your other mail. » Read More
Success in life is getting - and staying - organized. Help your student master the school year, and life itself, by instilling good habits early.
2. DON'T RUSH Read More
September is National Preparedness Month, this is a nationwide campaign aimed at helping households and communities evaluate how equipped you are to handle a potential disaster.
LifeOrganizers.com is participating by providing checklists to help you Get Ready by getting an emergency supply kit ; making a family emergency plan ... » Read More
3-ring binders: These are perfect for keeping similar themes of paperwork together in one place. Three possibilities are:
- Home Decorating Binder. Add tabs to make a section for each room and insert blank pages to jot down tips you read, pages from magazines and furniture or art from catalogs that you'd like to order.
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