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7 Lifestyle Changes that Will Help the Environment

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Over the past few years, most people I’ve spoken to have become (or already were) environmentally conscious to some degree. What often begins simply as saving money – such as reducing the amount of electricity you use – turns out to have quite a positive impact. If, however, you want to do even more; there are several things you can do. Here are just 7 lifestyle changes which will help the environment.

1. Use the car less. This is perhaps the simplest change in this list – reduce the time you spend behind the wheel. In addition to the environmental benefits of doing this, you’ll probably find that you become slightly fitter; and have more money in your pocket at the end of the week. In short, there’s no downside. How do you do this? Here are a few suggestions.

Why You Should Spend Less Than You Earn

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One of the most important principles to becoming wealthy is to spend less than you earn. This sounds easy enough, but in practice it can be hard to do. This article looks at the challenges to spending less than you earn and offers some tips to overcome these.

First I want to look at those who spend more than they earn. It stands to reason that if someone is spending more than what they earn they are either being given money or are borrowing it. In this age of worldwide economic growth and prosperity it has never been easier to borrow money. Temptation to borrow is everywhere, whether is be for a new TV, a new car or a new house. In Australia personal debt levels are at record highs. I also read that the US Federal Reserve calculated that more than 40% of US families spend more than they earn.

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