Fresh air – so many air filters

This year I decided I was going to make major changes in my life.

I wasn’t going to keep going along with the things that made me unhappy anymore.

At other times I haven’t taken great care of myself, and I’ve always push myself to the back burner. This year things are different. I’m improving my life in every way, every single day. One of the things I really wanted to change was upgrading my living situation. I tend to let things fall by the wayside in my home. I’m not very good at keeping things clean and tidy, and I’m not super organized. I wanted to tackle all of those issues this year. One of the things that’s bothered me perhaps the most, is the low quality air the smell that’s inside of my home. I know I’m not super clean, but I also don’t think I’m dirty enough that my house should have a lingering smell in the air. I’ve tried tons of air freshener, candles, and even some of those automatic release oil sprays. And nothing has made the air smell better permanently. At this point, I’m considering that there might be something in the ventilation to improve this. I’ve been diligently changing out the air filters every week, just trying to pull out whatever this airborne contamination could be. So far, the air filters have been pretty disgusting when I change them out, so it seems like I’m doing something right. Still, it’s getting expensive to buy all of these air filters each week. Luckily, I found some at Costco. They came in a two dozen pack for only $30. At this rate I can probably change out my air filter every single day.

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