In order to compensate for the lack of cool weather, I decided to adjust the thermostat in my office to 69 degrees in order to stay comfortable
Living in a region where the temperature outside fluctuates so often can be difficult when it comes to deciding what to wear on a day to day basis. There are many days where you wake up to cool, crisp weather and by mid-day, the temperatures have climbed to the mid to upper 80s! Deciding what to wear on days like this can be a challenge for many people, especially those who work outdoors. Fortunately, I work in an office where I can control the temperature indoors to accommodate my attire for the day. Sometimes, I wake up to a freezing cold house thinking that the temperature outside must be even colder. That being said, I had been known to overdress for what I thought was going to be a frigid day. It is not uncommon to see people in our region wearing sweaters in scarves only to walk out of their homes to a beautiful warm and sunny day! Often times, if this happens to me, I will not turn around and change my outfit. Recently I decided to wear a knit sweater and the temperature outside was 80 degrees by the afternoon. In order to compensate for the lack of cool weather, I decided to adjust the thermostat in my office to 69 degrees in order to stay comfortable. Although I was comfortable throughout the day, some of my colleagues were complaining that it was too cold.