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some interesting findings came to light:
Okay, so those are the facts. Now, here’s how to stick to your New Year’s Resolutions this year…
How To Stick To Your Resolutions
My Personal New Year’s Resolutions
Around this time of year one thing constantly runs through my mind:
It takes doing something 21 times in order to make it a habit.
See a few other ways to reduce your refrigerator’s energy consumption.
Here are some of my other New Year’s Resolutions…
Don’t run the dishwasher (or washing machine) on “longer” wash cycles anymore. Instead, choose shorter wash cycles for the same full loads in order to save time, energy, water, and money.
See just how much water you’ll be saving by doing little things differently.
Use my crockpot more. I love it, but I simply don’t use enough.
Check out how using a crockpot actually saves you money.
Hmmm…. all of my resolutions appear to be kitchen-related and have a “green” theme this year. I guess I’ll be helping the planet at the same time that I’m saving us some money in 2009!
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