I’ve never been great with New Year’s resolutions.
I’ll say to myself, “I’m going to start exercising,” but by mid-January I’ll be in the middle of a 14-hour Netflix marathon with absolutely no aspirations of getting up anytime soon.
I’ll say to myself, “I’m going eat better,” but by January 5th I’m eating a $25 double bacon cheeseburger. “Better” does not mean more expensive, Thomas, it means healthier.
This year, however, is going to be different. This year I am going to sink my teeth into something I am much more likely to accomplish. Something, from my short time as a co-op student here at PowerStream, I’ve learned is not only super easy to achieve, but is also important for so many reasons and is going to save me money – I am going to conserve energy! Saying that out loud makes me sound just like my father.
So, here it is – my list of five things that I, the average guy, vow to do in 2017 to save on energy:
There you have it, five completely painless ways to reduce my energy consumption, and save big over the long term. I think I can actually hear my father saying, “I’m so proud of you, son.” His birthday is coming up… maybe I’ll get him some spare LED light bulbs as a gift – he’ll be over the moon.
Visit the PowerStream website to plan your New Year’s energy-savings resolutions and for many more winter conservation tips.
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