7 ways to green your retirement
While going green can take a lot of time and effort, it can also help you save some money in retirement -- when you'll likely have more time than money anyway.
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At this time "green" is just a political game that is financially out of reach of many seniors. Move to a energy efficient home? Right! and who's going to pay for it? Grow your own veggies? What if you live in senior housing project. Line dry your cloths? We are talking senior citizens here. What if you live in a covenant controlled community?
Leave me to phuk alone and I will figure it out on my own.............thank you
Couldn't resist!!! Personally though, I refuse to worry about the environment as long as the government continues to exhibit schizophrenia. They tell us to conserve resources and reduce our carbon footprint but at the same time they pay teenagers to have babies they can't afford, increasing the population that is putting the strain on said resources.
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Homeowners associations ban them and environmentalists love them. All that aside, though, a clothesline saves you money.
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