Future You - Episode 63
Posted by Tim
If our kitchen tends to be a problem spot in our home we could ban food fights, or get a ‘seal’ of approval on our cooking from our family.
If our laundry room tends to be a problem spot in our home, we could mop up problem spots, or ‘seal’ those spots in liquid soap.
If our ‘pet sleeping area’ (dog house?) tends to be a problem spot in our home, don't use spot remover (pas de puppy). Maybe instead we can ‘seal’ that problem spot, a new pet baby seal named spot. (awww). Spot would no longer be a problem, but a seal/pet.
To help you ‘Seal problem spots in your home’’’ here’s a simple 2-step process:
Your Future You would like to help you ‘Seal problem spots in your home,’ by sending you a love letter in a sealed envelope telling you how dashing, clever, and forward-thinking you are to a) identify problem spots in your home and b) seal them up like saran wrap around an insulated Yeti cooler contained in Tupperware.
P.S. - It’s been reported that corporate housing companies help ‘seal problem spots in your ‘furnished/monthly’ home,’ by tracking comfort, utilities, and joyful feedback in order to keep our properties running as smoothly, sustainably, and Seal-ly as possible. We typically include Tupperware and Teflon in our furnished properties but now should add baby seals to our approved pet list. We’re always looking for ways to seal your joyful stay!
. Why does this ‘Future You’ Series exist? What’s it about?
Insulation is a big part of making sure your home is sustainable. If there are any weak spots you know of, make sure to seal those off properly.