When it comes to spending less and saving more, it is tempting to bury our heads in Sentosa’s sand. The way we manage our finances today is entirely different from the way money was managed in the past. It is getting increasingly easier to spend money, and more challenging to save money. When done right, budgeting can direct a series of clever financial choices to move you closer to the things you want out of life. Take the time to
While many parts of the world are enjoying declining petrol cost, Singapore faces an inverse trend. The copious number of traffic lights and low speed limits are no stranger to Singaporeans; they work together to stretch the energy bill further. But overcoming these loathsome road characteristics is not exactly an Herculean task. Essentially, it just requires some minor tweaks to your driving behavior and the car. Tires inflated to the proper pressure can improve petrol mileage by up to 3.3%.
Before we go into the various methods on how to save electricity bills, let us find out what are the appliances that consume the MOST electricity. According to the National Environment Agency (NEA), the three appliances that consumed the most energy are air-conditioner, water heater and refrigerator – with the former consuming the most electricity. If that is really the case, what should be done to reduce the consumption? Lets find out! 1. Set your air-conditioner thermostat to 25°C or