I was anxiously pacing around the dwelling, Googling possible solutions for purchasing a new energy efficient heating & cooling appliance for the dwelling
Isn’t it crazy how some things that totally become habits, even when you don’t realize the automatic programming that’s happening in your brain? For example, how often do you grab your cellphone & check for notifications? If there are none, do you still open it & check your email inbox anyway? When there happens to be nothing there, do you open up Instagram & mindlessly scroll through about three times? Afterwards, do you turn off your cell phone screen basically like nothing ever happened? Rinse, repeat? Yeah, technology has certainly given us all some interesting new ticks… Not too long ago, I noticed a new habit of my own when our indoor air temperature appliance failed. More identifiably, our city lost power in a storm & my Heating & Air Conditioning appliance was electrocuted by lightning! The central heating & cooling appliance was undoubtedly fried, & there was no chance whatsoever that it was going to turn on anytime soon. I definitely knew I needed a professional heating & cooling appliance specialist to come inspect my air handling appliance & let me be aware of the prognosis. Honestly, I figured that the air quality appliance was absolutely done. I was anxiously pacing around the dwelling, Googling possible solutions for purchasing a new energy efficient heating & cooling appliance for the dwelling. When I realized that I was doing something entirely nonsensical, even though I knew the central heating & cooling appliance was done for, I could not prevent myself from wandering past the temperature control unit every hour or two & touching a button so that the screen came on. I would read the high indoor air temperature, press the down button as if the A/C appliance was going to work, & wait to hear cool air passing through the HVAC vents. Even without power, I could not stop myself from touching this temperature control unit.