I’ve entirely tried to not use a/c as often, although I can tell that the weather here is much weird and more polluted than it was back home.
I grew up on the islands, and I moved to America when I turned twenty-one years old. The transition was incredibly challenging and continues to be, although I know that it was the best decision for me and our career. There are a lot of weird things that I’ve had to get used to, however 1 thing that has been a consistent challenge is having to use a/c, but on the island, only the super rich folks used a/c. The weather was pretty much perfect all year round so you absolutely didn’t need a/c like that. Now that I’ve been here for a while, I’m starting to finally get used to feeling a/c on me wherever I go, although I really despise it. Air conditioning makes the air way too cold in our opinion. Our bodies are meant to be in natural humidity and not blasted our air vents. I also guess like maintaining an is an extra expense that most people didn’t have on the island where I grew up. I’ve entirely tried to not use a/c as often, although I can tell that the weather here is much weird and more polluted than it was back home. I can understand why people need the a/c here because the air is so thick and muggy that you guess like you can’t breathe without the relief of cool air conditioning. I absolutely miss the weather on the island, and I hope to take a visit there soon. I suppose I’ll make a trip truly soon.