Drying clothes can be time consuming, calculative and costly, especially on the electric bill. During the holidays it seems like there are more clothes to wash and dry than a normal week. I usually let my dryer go full cycle so I know that the clothes will definitely be dry but I'm going to stop that today. My dryer has three cycles and I tend to use just one. I'm going to select the appropriate cycle and guesstimate how long it will take for the washed loads to dry until it becomes second nature to me. I figured that when I let that one cycle run its coarse the clothes are more than likely dried why waste the time and energy doing that. I could probably at best get two maybe three loads dry for the same amount of time. Surely I'll see that reflected on my next electric bill, what do you think? How do you save energy costs when drying clothes?