In the span of a year, the cost of a gallon of gasoline has fallen about a dollar, give or take a dime here and there because of the time of year. The falling price of gas has people heading back to the dealers looking for sport utility vehicles at a higher rate than ever before, according to Edmunds.com.
Go green this summer with ideas from these eco-friendly books. With tips on how to make homemade cleaners and how to build from secondhand materials, plus ways to go green and get rich, you can help the environment and feel good about it.
Break out the brights this summer without breaking the bank. Take the “green” approach—as I did—and buy secondhand clothing. With a couple stops and a price of less than $45, you can find an ensemble just as cute as the one seen here. Who said you can’t find a chic outfit at secondhand stores?
Living the good life? You can. All you need to make a change for a more healthful lifestyle is a path to follow. These books mark that course with plenty of practical health advice, and help you overcome roadblocks in your journey toward a better life for you and your family.
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