After living at home for 18 years, listening to my dad yell at me for turning the thermostat up one degree, I couldn’t wait to move into my own place. No more nights spent tossing and turning because it was too hot to sleep. No more lectures about turning my ceiling fan off when I left for school or about falling asleep with the TV on. I was a free woman. That was… until I got my first set of utility bills. Yikes! Suddenly it all made sense. My dad was right; and believe me, it pains me to say that. Now, I’ve been living on my own for going on six years and I’ve found that with a few simple steps, you can easily decrease those utility bills (with minimal effort) and save the environment while you’re at it. Not bad.
Tag: energy savings
Independence Day has passed, baseball’s Midsummer Classic is this weekend, and it’s hotter than July (thank you Stevie Wonder for that slice of enlightened thinking), all of which means you’re probably paying premium price to keep you and your things cool, calm and collected, not to mention fresh.