A bunch of us are creatures of habit. When you get into a certain rhythm for your day routine, it’s tough to break the habits that you create as a byproduct. Every day, I used to drop our son off at daycare, stop at the gas station nearby, as well as get a large size cup of iced coffee. It took over a month of conditioning to get myself to quit this particular habit, but my billfold – as well as my entire digestive system – thanked me every day since! Now I’m really working hard to quit the habit I’ve developed of blowing off our air filter rotations at my residence. When I first moved into our house, I didn’t even take a look at the air handler closet until I started experiencing troubles with our home’s air quality. The air conditioning machine seemed to be lagging a great deal, especially over the warm season, so I figured I should check the air filter as well as see if there was actually something wrong. Of course, there was legitimately something entirely out of whack! The air filter was so packed full of dust as well as debris, I couldn’t even tell where the filth ended as well as the air filter began. I’ve been making an attempt to change the air filter on the first day of the month for a long while now, although I consistently forget to do it until I’m well over a month past due. Happily, just adjusting the air filter out every now and then has already significantly improved the indoor air quality inside my residence. Some habits are just about impossible to break, as well as some are virtually impossible to start, but at least this habit can be one of my better ones.