Moving into the attic in winter

I decided to do the same things in the winters

For about a year now I’ve been trying to live as eco-friendly as possible… I feel like this is a respected sentiment and something that you here quite often these mornings, but however, when I say it I’m absolutely talking about taking things to a up-to-date extreme! You see, rather than just buying a gas-efficient automobile and trying to cut down on my 2-day deliveries from amazon, I’ve been trying to completely change the entire way I live to be more in line with mother nature. Instead of fighting air hot and cold temperatures, light, and air quality, I have been letting my system naturally follow the patterns of our sun and seasons, and that’s why, in the middle of Summer I’ve been moving my bed down to the basement. I got tired of paying for deranged central air conditioner cost and fighting the oppressive outdoor weather conditions every single afternoon, so I decided to simply relocate my sleeping part to the inherently frigid basement. That way, I don’t need to confrontation my naturally high indoor air temperature with seriously high-priced central cooling system treated air each afternoon. Instead, I can walk downstairs and rely on the low temperature underground to naturally supply all the cooling power that I need. I decided to do the same things in the winters. This year, I lugged my mattress up the stairs and relocated my kitchen to the highest floor of the house. This way, any amount of central heat that is pumped into the condo will sufficiently rise up to the ceiling, where I can absolutely soak it up. I’ve been able to decrease my indoor air temperature settings by 5° this year and my utility bills have never been lower.


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