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It’s About Time We All Thought About Solar Energy

There are so many reasons to sit down and think about solar energy. Not only is it better for the environment, it’s better for you too!

It’s Good For Us And The Environment

This green source of energy is so good for the environment. It’s definitely one of the most effective ways you can make your mark and a positive impact. It doesn’t produce polluting gases, and is the healthiest of all other sources of energy.

You Will Be Independent of Electricity Costs

Your energy costs will be consistent when compared with standard electricity costs. Standard costs tend to change throughout the day, being more expensive in the evening based on the demand. If you’d prefer to be independent of costs like this, then you should definitely consider solar energy in your home.

Solar energy is the right choice for those who want to do their bit for the environment. You don’t need to be a full on eco-warrior, but you should definitely consider the little steps you can take to improve your eco-footprint. Not only can you install solar energy, you can make sure you’re being more careful with your water, when you turn the lights on, how you heat your home, etc. Everything makes a difference!

If you’re thinking about making the move to install solar energy in your home, the infographic below can help you to learn more about it. It’ll always pay off in the long run!


Credit Semper Solaris

Aggie Aviso

Aggie Aviso describes herself as her family’s storyteller and memory keeper. A mom to two kids ages 14 and 8, she is certainly past the age of sleepless nights and adorable pigtails. However, motherhood stays exciting, more meaningful and yes, more challenging. She takes it all in stride, knowing fully well that moments pass by in a blink of an eye. As Gretchen Rubin famously said, “The days are long, but the years are short.” She has discovered how wonderful it is to have those fleeting moments in time documented in their family books and has made it her personal mission and passion to be able to tell their stories for her future grandkids. You can read more about her here.. Subscribe to blog updates and the occasional letter here.

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