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5 Ways to Cut Spending (without cramping your lifestyle)

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James contacted me recently and wanted to contribute this guest post for the site. “Sure!”, I said. If you would like to contribute a guest post, bring it on, just contact me. The web is full of advice on spending less. It’s just a shame that most tips involve doing without – no more holidays, no more car, no more ... Read More »

The Solar Panel Project. An Update on the Greening of the Rhode House.

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Kim wrote in today and comments on my previous post, “I’m Saving $20,000 in Electricity Because I Don’t Want to Work to Pay the Bill.” She said: Will you provide more info about the solar panels you chose? Where does one even start w/ that kind of project? Do you call your utility and ask if they will buy back ... Read More »

I’m Saving $20,000 in Electricity Because I Don’t Want to Work to Pay the Bill

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This morning I had to wake early to greet the electrician. He was kind enough to come over to help me install my latest gadget, the TED, the electricity detective. It was advertised as a DIY kit, and for some homes I’m sure it is a breeze to install. But for some unexplained reason, my house does not have a ... Read More »

Let NASCAR Help You Eliminate Your Credit Cards and Get Out of Debt

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Everyone has a hobby. For some it is shopping, collecting or something else that causes money to leap out of your pocket. And when getting out of debt, that’s not what you need or want. But you know there are a lot of things you can do to keep yourself busy that don’t cost a single additional penny and can ... Read More »

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