Saving currency after losing weight

I have recently embarked on a weight loss Journey that has me absolutely losing weight. I have lost weight at strange time periods of my life, but I have never been able to keep the weight off. I am hoping and planning that this time I will be able to maintain my weight loss. There have been pretty fantastic side effects to losing weight such as lowering my blood pressure and having a little bit less pain in my knees. The best side effect, though, is saving currency after losing weight. How do I save this currency? Do you wonder? Well, I do not buy as much food. I buy higher-quality food and much less of it, so I save currency at the grocery store. Even better than that, though, is I save currency on my heating and cooling bill each week. I have discovered that since I have lost about 40 pounds or so, I am no longer a slave to my air conditioner thermostat. I do live in the Southeast, so of course I use my A/C just about every day. Especially in the summer, the A/C truly gets to work out around here. When I was fatter, though, my air conditioner had to work super hard. I would set my thermostat to 69°, and when I went to bed at night I would want to set my thermostat even lower. Now that I have lost weight I do not suppose the need to set my A/C thermostat as low. In fact, I set my thermostat at 69 degrees and do not bother turning the thermostat down when I go to bed, either. My electric oh, i. E., Heating and Cooling bills are much lower now. I care about saving currency, and I need it because I have to buy smaller clothes.


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