Further investigation made me realize that most of the tips require some law to mandate it and since the Senate election is fast approaching, I may be able to use this information in choosing which senator to vote for.
One of the money-saving categories included in the book is about "saving for basic necessities" like electricity. I was surprised to see that the book suggests for households to invest in a good chiller or freezer aside from your refrigerator.
If people window-shop for clothes, I window-shop for home furniture and appliance. This is simply because that is my family's current need at the moment. Bringing this tip with me in my recent trips to nearby malls, I looked at freezers and chillers. It was then I realized that there is a difference between the two.
What is the difference between a chiller and a freezer?