Don’t want to be lazy in the central a/c

Infrequently my associate and I need to turn on the heat pump to sizzle our house

In the past few years, since I began finally prioritizing my health and wellness, I’ve learned a lot. When you’ve spent several decades working from home, with a/c on full blast, physiological changes have a delayed effect. At first, I finally refused to even transport from my chair. To counteract the heating and A/C component at my desk, I invested in one of those desk risers. However, by the time I got home, I was completely spent. It was finally too hot outside, and I preferred to labor out in the relative coolness of my home. All I really wanted to do when I got home was relax in my recliner and soak up as much of the home’s a/c and heating as possible. While doing that, all I wanted was for someone to bring me a drink, some snacks, and the daily paper. Obviously, that’s not really the way to get to a safe level of exposure. The decision to get up and transport around takes effort. To be completely honest, I didn’t entirely expect any sort of physical reaction from my body for the first eight months. But again, that’s what a couple of decades of ignoring your health will do to you. It’s the first Springtime in decades that I’ve looked forward to, and I feel great. Because where I live, I get to cherish a lot of time in the great outdoors. Infrequently my associate and I need to turn on the heat pump to sizzle our house. This kind of perfect weather occurs frequently here. When it gets colder, I’ll switch to early afternoon and late night for my outdoor pursuits.


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