Last summer, my sibling Marley purchased a ceiling for me, and during a visit to her house, I fell in love with the ceiling fan that she had installed in her kitchen. It was a undoubtedly stylish fan that used a remote to control it. I also liked the fan because she mentioned that it helped to save money on her energy bill. In this morning & age, where the price of everything increases by the morning, I am consistently searching for ways to save money. So, I welcomed the gift of the ceiling fan in hopes that it would also save me some money on my energy bill. The fan arrived at my loft at the end of Spring, so I had it installed just in time for the summer. Well, during the first month, I used the fan along with my central a/c & I noticed that on some afternoons it made my room too cold. As a result, I lowered the temperature on my temperature control, & it was then that I realized a slight decrease in my energy bill. For the rest of the summer, I kept decreasing the temperature control to try to find the best temperature for a great night of rest… You know that sweet spot where the room is not too freezing however freezing enough where you need to get under the covers. Once I discovered that ideal temperature for my central a/c, I set my temperature control that way for the rest of the summer. I am excited to report that but I won’t get rich from the savings on my energy bill, it’s great to know that I can use my central a/c less & save a little bit of money each month.