For most of you, saving electricity on vacation is probably the last thing on your mind when you’re preparing for a trip.
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You’re all set to go on vacation. Your bags are packed. Tickets in hand. Gas tank filled up. BUT have you prepared your house?
While going on vacation is relaxing, getting ready for vacation can be anything BUT relaxing! There are so many things that you have to take care of before you go, from packing, making plans for pets and getting the house ready to be empty while you are gone.
There are a few very EASY, very FAST energy-saving tasks you can check off your to-do list before you leave for vacation that will end up saving you money!
This time we’re talking travel, and how you can prep your home to save money on energy while you’re not even there.
This past weekend my family and I worked hard and had fun getting our holiday decorations up. We decorated our tree, put up our holiday lights outside and add special touches to the fireplace mantle.
Remember our Advent calendar? Those aren’t just ANY lights! They are led twinkle lights combined with ping pongs for one of my favorite light strands EVER. No joke.
I’m so excited to start bring you some regular tips on how to save money and save electricity as an Ambassador of Project Envolve™, a program sponsored primarily by PPL Electric Utilities. I am a PPL customer and even if you’re not you can definitely still follow this series of for great and timely tips on how save.
There are some things in life that never seem to change. Birthdays just keep rolling around, Christmas always makes me feel like a kid again, I’m 36 and still get pimples, and my husband wants to eat lunch every single day. Seriously, it’s like the man can never skip a day here or there. Makes no sense to me, but I try to keep him happy.
In all my years, I’ve never spent a winter at home. I’ve always worked full-time, and we’ve always had a pretty steady electric bill. But now that I’m home all day with 2 kids, WOW. The electric bill is all over the place! (…and not in a good way.)