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Household tips to help you save

Original post made on Sep 15, 2008

As gas prices hit record highs and impending summer vacations drain our wallets, many consumers are searching for new ways to save.

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Posted by chris
a resident of Amberwood/Wood Meadows
on Sep 16, 2008 at 10:06 am

Last night my boyfriend was giving me grief, because he says it doesn't use that much energy if we leave a t.v. on all night, or light over the stove, because I am always making sure to unplug, turn things off when we don't need them.....I told him that his attitude "a little bit doesn't matter", if everyone thought like that, that is where we get in trouble...if we don't all be individuals and do what is necessary we can't help...It is just like voting "one vote doesn't count" well one vote does count, times one million!!!! Go Green and save as much as possible!

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