Saving money together

In retaliation, I turned off my thermostat program so that the HVAC system stopped running

It’s always an interesting initial phase of a relationship when you are both trying to figure out who the other person is, inside and out. It takes a while to truly understand another human being, if it’s possible at all. During the early stages, it can be exciting and also stressful to figure out what your compatibilities and points of contention are going to be. I’m happy to say, and in the relationship I’m currently embarking on, I feel like we have a lot of similar goals. One of the things we’re both focused on is lowering our monthly bills and increasing our savings accounts. As such, we’ve been focused heartily on reducing our respective energy bills. I would say we are both highly dedicated to reducing our energy expenditure in creative and simple ways. Everyday, we do our best to limit our energy usage and find alternative methods to survive to the point that it’s gotten competitive. In fact, I would say it’s gotten a bit out of hand because it’s gotten to the point that we’ve both stopped using any Indoor Air Temperature Control. Honestly, the whole thing sort of started as a challenge. When my energy bill got lower than his, he turned his heating and cooling system off for a day. In retaliation, I turned off my thermostat program so that the HVAC system stopped running. Before I knew it, we were both turning away from indoor air temperature control and bragging about our ongoing Energy savings. It’s been a fun competition, but someone is going to have to utilize their heating system this winter

Space heater