You’ve been told it’s your patriotic duty to go out and spend that “economic stimulus” check. You’ve also been told it’s time we all got our act together to do something about the environment. Unless you’re an eco-gadget marketer, consuming more needless stuff is the last thing the environment needs.
Jeff Yeager, author of The Ultimate Cheapskate’s Road Map to True Riches offers some alternative ways to spend that mysterious bonus check we just got while also doing something for the environment. The “Top 3 Eco-Friendly Investments” he lists in more detail on Dailygreen.com also save money in the long run. They are:
3) Buy a bicycle. 2) Plant some trees in your yard. 1) Increase the insulation in your house and make it more energy-efficient.