Air conditioners represent worldly convenience, and they force you to have to stay inside all day to use them
I have lately been on a reading kick that I hope lasts for a while. I love reading, and I usually get into a certain topic that I spend months reading about. This month, I have been reading a significant amount of books about living off-grid. The idea of off-grid living is to become an independent person that doesn’t need to survive through means of electricity. You would essentially have to get rid of most of your electronic technology to achieve this. I realized while reading that I am literally dependent on my HVAC units. I honestly don’t think that I could manage to survive without my HVAC units. Replacing a furnace would be a piece of cake. Instead of a furnace, you would definitely have to change over to a wood stove, which would allow you to stay warm throughout the whole winter. Also, wood stoves are definitely cheaper than the average furnace. I don’t think I would mind using a wood stove in the place of a furnace. However, when it comes to having an air conditioner, I don’t think that there is a good way to replace that HVAC unit. Air conditioners are made to function entirely off of electricity. Air conditioners represent worldly convenience, and they force you to have to stay inside all day to use them. If I had my way, I would turn my air conditioner off forever and transition to a more natural way of living. Now, I just have to convince my wife to do the same thing. I don’t think she will be as thrilled.