Every time I work up a sweat, I adjust the thermostat
I usually work out 5 days each week. Sometimes I take a break during the week and I will go to the gym on Saturday or Sunday, but I usually work out every day during the work week. My gym is right around the corner from my job, and I purposely planned that when I became a member of that fitness center. And it would be easy to go right to the gym after work and I knew that I wouldn’t have any excuse not to exercise. In the past six months, I managed to lose 50 lb. I follow a healthy diet of fruits, vegetables, and lean proteins. I also constantly manage my carb intake. When the fitness center shut down due to Coronavirus, I had to start working out at home. I bought a rowing machine and a fitness bike. I still workout every afternoon, and I still don’t have any excuses. Since I’m working from home, I’m still right around the corner from the gym. Unfortunately, I’ve noticed that the AC runs much more constantly when I am working out at home. I think the first AC bill is going to be much higher than usual. Every time I work up a sweat, I adjust the thermostat. Now I have the thermostat programmed so the temperature is five degrees lower during the two hours I spend working out each afternoon. It’s a lot more comfortable than the gym, but I’m running my AC ragged. If the energy bill isn’t twice as much money, I will be very surprised.