April 11, 2012

Saving money is awesome, so is saving the world

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This post brought to you by Pfister. All opinions are 100% mine.

You know the prices of everything have gone up. (Gas.)  And that means cutting back absolutely every where else you can.  Like your home.  Do you know how to make it the most energy efficient house on the block?  Well, Friends of Pfister campaign site does.  Head on over there, sign up for their their newsletter and download an amazng booklet all about making your home more energy efficient.  You would be surprised about all the different ways that that you  can simply save money just by changing something small.

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One of the worst feelings in the world is when something in my house breaks.  You know, you realize the dryer isn't drying or the water isn't heating or you come down the stairs and step in a puddle.  It's that horrible sinking feeling in your stomach when you realize that this isn't going to be a quick and cheap fix.  The feeling that you get when you think about the money you've been trying to save up and how this repair is just going to drain it all.
Now imagine that you are in that situation, but you don't have a dime to you name.  Can you imagine how much more horrible that feeling would be?  That is where Pfister and Rebuilding Together come in.  Rebuilding Together is a national non profit organization that provides necessary home repairs and helps to rebuild the homes of some of the nation's most deserving families.  They have collectively worked on over 100,000 homes in the country with the help of 3.4 million volunteers. 

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