Saving Energy

With energy prices soaring, it maybe time to reduce your consumption.
However what electrical appliances  could you live without? 

For me and Stuart times are quite tough and I am all for the thrifty lifestyle right now. 
However we live in a flat that is all electric which can be rather expensive. 

Appliances we couldn't live without: 

- Washing Machine
- Fridge and freezer
- Oven 
- Microwave 
- Toaster
-kettle
- radiator
- TV and Dvd player, game consoles
- Light bulbs (obviously) 
- Straighteners/hair dryer
- electric bike charger
- mobile phone and other charging devices


Appliances we could live without: 
- Steamer, coffee maker, George Forman grill
- Clothes Dryer
- Printer
- Cd player
- electric blanket
- cupcake maker
- Toasty maker
- bread maker

We probably have a lot of other appliances but I can't think of them all at the moment. 

What electrical appliances could you live without that you own?

* This is a sponsored post however all thoughts and opinions are my own.

Would you like to comment?

laura avery said...

Washing Machine
- Fridge and freezer
- Oven
preety much the same except with..
- Microwave ..hoping to ditch this soon as only use it occasionally its the worse eletrci guzzler
- Toaster..i use the oven grill bit as its gas
- TV and Dvd player, game consoles..we could but whouldnt life be boring?
- Straighteners/hair dryer dont use them anyway as i have curly hair and if i use them i just end up a frizz ball!
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we have a family of 5 and dont own a dryer or dishwasher so that saves loads of money x

Unknown said...

I could not live without my -

Electric toothbrush
Hairdryer
Washing Machine
Cooker
Kettle
Shower
Phone Charger
Laptop
Fridge Freezer
Slow cooker
Spice grinder
TV
Lights
Heating
Lawn mower
Iron
Any Electric DIY gadget
Food processor

Could live without -

Microwave
Steamer
George Forman grill
Straightners
Electric mixer
CD player
DVD player
Electric knife
Toaster
Digital clock
Deep Fat Fryer
Games consols

Its amazing how much you could live without ;)

Kim Drayton

Unknown said...

its gotta be the washing machine. with the amount of clothes my kids get thru my hands would be red raw scrubbing them