Some people have great insight into the future, and others, such as myself, don’t, and i’m referring to making a plan, budgeting for it, & following through.
One example of this shortcoming of mine is that I just never get around to having central cooling system installed in my home! When I first lived here, I didn’t have the currency to take on such an expense; So I opted for window cooling systems, one for the kitchen & one for the home office.
I was pretty proud of myself since I waited until the end of the cooling system season to make my purchase. I also thought that I had made a great option in the model & its several current features. I had researched enough to suppose that the temperature control is one of the most important things to spend a bit more on. I chose the temperature control that was digital, one which allowed for identifiable degree setting. I noticed that some of the cheaper models provided only high & low fan speed settings, and again, I spent a bit more in order to get high, low, medium, & automatic fan speeds. I particularly treated myself by selecting a model that allowed for remote control adjustments, especially for my home office, then the remote control sits right on my bed rest for simple access. I absolutely didn’t opt for the automatic timer. I figured that I’d keep the settings the same separate from figuring out when I wanted the home to be cooler! Besides, the costs were starting to add up. And last, however not least, I insisted on purchasing cooling systems that had a high efficiency rating. So it’s not that I don’t love the two window cooling systems, because I do. But the two times a year that I have to lift them to put them in & take them out of the windows, my back particularly pays for it.