Nine Ways Your Environment Is Costing You Money (& Your Health)

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April 16, 2013 ‐ By Blair Bedford

We work hard to create healthy, comfortable, stylish homes for ourselves and our families. But for many people, the cost of utilities and other modern luxuries — not to mention the environments within and around our homes — could be contributing negatively to the environment and many wallets.

Keeping with the purpose of Earth Day (which is just five days away), here are a few factors in your home or around your neighborhood that might be costing you your health and your money.

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  • Breeze

    My sister has a bad habit of leaving stuff on when she leaves. Irks my soul especially lights and the TV. I guess the walls are scared of the dark and need entertainment. Most black people I talk to can care less about air pollution and global warming. If it’s not directly affecting their lives much thought isn’t giving to it even though their children and grandchild will be burning up with that missing ozone layer. I live in L.A. and they have a Farmers Market every Sunday so fresh veggies fruits shouldn’t be that hard to obtain if you really want it. But in this technological world when most everything is injected with foreign things and has some side effect, everything now can kill unless you live on some far away remote island.

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