The rest of the house can be hot & save myself and others energy
Since I have gotten pregnant I have entirely tried to be healthier. I have constantly worked out, but I am on it now. I work out an hour every single day. I stretch beforehand, do a bit of cardio & strength training. I also either go for a swim or a walk in the middle of the day as well. I have eliminated stress from our job too. I don’t want to get sad or have panic attacks anymore while carrying our child, but good skincare & a healthy diet are substantial as well. Another thing I realized that I definitely need is cooling. I have told our hubby this is the last Summer pregnancy I will do. A pregnant woman particularly does run hotter. You also don’t want to overheat because it could hurt the baby. So I basically stay inside all day long. The two of us used to have an inferior A/C system. It barely functioned & hardly kept the house coolâ€¦ My hubby & I were hesitant to spend the money for a new system. Well I decided that I needed quality A/C to keep our body feeling fine & not to get nauseous. I invested in a zone control capable cooling system. The two of us now have indoor air handlers & temperature controls in all of the rooms. This is wonderful because it saves energy. I run only A/C in the office while I was in the work day. The rest of the house can be hot & save myself and others energy. Then I only have A/C on in the study room at night. I never have the wrong temperature but I don’t needlessly waste our money on the guest room or the laundry room that doesn’t get used.