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Green living Tips-how to go green and save money

Green living now on the agenda of most people. Even kids are incredible as it may seem, leading the way in some families but there are still some people who believe that green living outside them is considered too expensive. And we're not talking about solar panels and wind turbines here folks! Everyone can practice green living each day without breaking the Bank with just a few simple tips. It is here ... Green living Tips # 1
Throw dishes!
Well, maybe a little extreme. But seriously guys, one of the best ways to go green is to stop using or limit the use of your Potpourri. Use large amounts of energy, and I'm sure you feel it in your Pocket every month when you get your electricity bill. If you only have 2 people living in households, washing every week, you still have to do some uploading. As the load average is 4-5, even using dry add up to.
You don't really need to use a dryer to dry your clothes. If you live in the tropics, as I do, or even if you live in a hot climat…

Find your best green living in a retirement home

The baby boomer generation is known for being a part of green initiatives, green living ideas. This generation lived through the birth of the age of technology and the many wars that saw the destruction of natural resources. Thus, only focusing on green living seems natural to many in retirement. However, parents often face challenges while trying to maintain their livelihood. Unfortunately, their bodies don't allow them such pleasure tend their gardens or volunteers in the marathon for cancer again. Retirement communities have become increasingly popular with a generation of boomers. Teen retirement communities are no longer afraid; senior activities, and provides various types of housing and senior clubs, sports, and medical care.
How do you find the retirement community of green and continue living your green? What makes green "retirement communities?
Many aspects of society and/or building complex makes it environmentally friendly, or "green living." Green homes…