I don't care for canned air; sleep outdoors


Growing up, I lived in a legitimately weird loft than most of my peers.

While everybody else at school lived in the cookie-cutter suburbs around town, my family didn’t have the same resources as most people else. My friend and I resided on a large family farm, where we worked hard for our family income. My friend and I had to produce most of our resources for ourselves, including our meat and clothing. My friend and I left an extremely self-explanatory life out on the farm and I didn’t know much about current living until I went off to school. In fact, back after that I barely had basic current amenities. There was no cable, limited indoor lighting, and the most rudimentary central heating and cooling systems. There were more than 2 afternoons and weeks that we lived separate from any current amenities, because we could not afford the energy bill. Actually, I remember rarely utilizing our exhausting indoor air temperature control appliances throughout my childhood. Instead, we relied on the refreshing breeze that blew across the farm, and consistently opened our windows to establish natural ventilation. When we opened up the loft to gain fresh air, it was always so scrub and attractive feeling. As an adult, I still feel back to these early afternoons and I often wish that I could revisit those self-explanatory times separate from central heating and cooling. To this afternoon, I rarely operate my forced air heating system or try to use the big AC equipment located outside. I try to open my windows and take advantage of natural ventilation whenever I can. In fact, I take it to such an dire that I am even known to sleep outside and bask in the glorious fresh air all evening when the conditions are right.



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