By: Ivy Jacobson for TheNest.com
1. Unplug any electronic devices
Unplug any electronics that aren't currently in use - so when you go to work, make sure your laptop, iPad and hairdryer aren't plugged in. Leaving them plugged in (even if they're turned off) wastes tons of energy and makes your electric bill increase. Compare this months and next month's bills to see the difference.
2. Make sure your detergent is concentrated
If your laundry detergent's label doesn't say "concentrated," swap it out for one that does. Concentrated detergents have less water in it, therefore it's lighter to ship - which makes the environment