We've still got a month or so of "who-knows-what" weather to get through. And by now, I'm guessing that your pocketbook, like ours is showing some signs of wear.
It's not too late to implement some practical ways to save on heat...and electricity...and water. (Cooling, too, for that matter -- though unneeded heat around here is sure not the issue at present. It will be soon, though.) Here are some ideas, thanks to the wonders of the Internet...and here are some more.
General Electric has an Ecoimagination site: submit your ideas for energy-saving, and get others to think about (and hopefully implement). I've been researching home wind turbines for a while -- we get so much wind here, that it seems a waste not to take advantage of it. (Colorado has more than its share of wind farms, for good reason.)
Pig Pennies has some good suggestions on saving electricity to get you started. (More here from another source.)