There’s a lot of money in just changing your habits to be a little greener. Being smart with how you use water, electricity, gas and other resources can land a lot of money in your wallet. Turn off the lights, take shorter showers or unplug your electronics and just watch how much you save. Not all green living choices will save you money, though; buying truly green products is probably going to cost you more, and not everyone is willing to pay more than 10% extra to go green according to this infographic.
This infographic has a lot of tips on how to go green, and a lot of them will save you money in the long run. But I don’t want to underestimate the accumulative affect that all of these things have on the environment and on your budget. Living green is as much about an attitude as it is actions, and we can all make a huge difference by always watching for ways that we can reduce, reuse and recycle.