On Monday, April 13, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said in his daily news briefing that the state has likely hit a plateau in coronavirus-related cases and that “the worst is over if we’re smart.” Does that mean that things will be back to normal soon? Not so fast. The Empire State chief executive further warned that New Yorkers must “stay the course.”
If the “stay at home” order enacted by governors of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut have you feeling like a teenager who’s been grounded, you’re not alone. After taking measures to ensure public health last month, numerous reports from all over the country have relayed news of emotional effects of cabin fever. And while some outlets like Cibirix have offered common sense solutions like added communication and increased sleep to stave off the shelter-in-place blues, others, like Associated Press give the more creative solution of psychologically training like an astronaut.
But creative solutions to help ease the day-to-day emotional impact of home confinement probably won’t help when the utility bill comes in the mail. If you’ve been home more often, it only stands to reason that you’ve been consuming more electricity. And while utility giant Con Edison has stopped shutoffs and is waiving late-payment charges, they’re eventually going to want their money.
Fortunately, there are common sense and creative measures that you can take to cut your electrical costs. And the good news is, if you adopt these measures today and keep these habits, you can expect to see an overall decrease in your utility bill once this crisis is over and you’re spending less time at home.
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