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April 2nd, 2012, 05:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Crystallee View Post
You'll notice that room temperature doesn't do a lot to your temps overall. You would think it would but unless it is SUPER extreme, you don't notice much. Good luck with the electric box! I hate work like that. Makes me antsy.
I am glad for that, about the room temperature, because we don't control the heat in our apt, so it was a little worrisome. I trust the guy that the landlord got to come in, so I'm hoping he can do it fast.

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Originally Posted by kbpeanut View Post
YAY for temping! I'm so glad you started. It took me a couple cycles to get the hang of it, and as you will find with my charts, after over 3 years of temping, I still haven't "gotten it". I really don't put much effort into temping at the same time every day...that's my problem. I have found that when I do make the effort, my charts look a heck of a lot more normal than when I don't. Either way, that's great that you will be charting...you will learn so much!
I'm committed to waking up at 8am to do it - and then going back to sleep afterward Well, except Wednesday when I get up for early class. So hopefully that'll help the charting. I'm looking forward to seeing what happens.
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