Yakezie Blog Swap #10 Edition

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Thanks to Prairie Eco-Thrifter for organizing this blog swap and putting together this round-up:

Welcome to the 10th Yakezie Blog Swap. This time around my fellow bloggers and I shared our Best Go Green Method To Save Money. As always, I was amazed at what people came up with and shared. Please check out the different tips below on how you too can save money and be green:

Nickel by Nickel tells us how they read green using ebooks over at Beating Broke.

Everything Finance shares with us his success in growing his own veggies at Retire by 40.

Narrow Bridge Finance tells us how going green has saved him some green at Mom’s plans.

The 60K Project shares 8 ways she has made her kitchen green at Stock Market Basics.

One Cent at a Time shares 23 ways reusing household items can save you money at Sustainable Life Blog.

Prairie Eco-Thrifter shares numerous recipes for making your own cleaning products at Financial Success for Young Adults.

Debt Eye tells us how to eliminate the paper trail at Little House in the Valley.

Sustainable Personal Finance tells us why air sealing your home is a good idea at Financially Consumed.

Stock Market Basics shares 5 ways to go green and save natural resources at Free Money Wisdom.

Financially Consumed tells how you can go green at home incrementally at Sustainable Personal Finance.

Little House in the Valley (me) shares how going car-lite can save money at Debt Eye.

Financial Success for Young Adults shares how you can go green on a budget at Prairie Eco-Thrifter.

Sustainable Life Blog tells us to watch out for a leaky window at One Cent at a Time.

Free Money Wisdom shares why we should avoid country funds at 60K Project.

Mom’s Plans tells how we can eat green at Narrow Bridge Finance.

Retire by 40 shares how living in smaller home is green at Everything Finance.

Beating Broke tells how cycling makes you green at Nickel by Nickel.

I hope you have enjoyed the different posts and have learned some new things you can try in your effort to live a greener life.

This week’s Give Away’s: Debt Free by Thirty’s Blog Anniversary!

Now for a big welcome to our new Yakezie Challenger Members over the last week:

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  1. Hunter @ Financially Consumed

    Thank you! I had a lot of fun with this blog-swap. It’s one of my favorite topics.

  2. The One Income Dollar

    Thank you for the mention. I would love for all of your readers to drop by my site.

  3. Jen @ Master the Art of Saving

    Thanks for the welcome little house. 🙂

  4. Barb Friedberg

    I loved this topic. I’ve read a few of the posts, and must get to the rest!!!

  5. Tony @ Investorz' Blog

    I’ve actually never participated in a blog swap. Do you think I should try? My blog is highly dependant on my individual investor’s voice and opinions.

  6. House Swap

    One of the further inspiring blogs I’ve seen. Thank u so much for keeping the internet classy for a change. You have got style, class, bravado. I suggest it. Please carry on it up because without the internet is absolutely lacking in intelligence.

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