Like I said in my post about lighting, most of modern life makes us uncomfortable.

If I had to design a modern torture facility that didn’t need employees to torture people, I’d pick an office.

Fluorescent lighting is cheap, but it’s a killer to creativity.

Lighting isn’t the only thing that makes offices uncomfortable.

It’s the air-flow.

Think about the last 10,000 years.

How often were people ever in a place where there was absolutely no wind?

…in a cave? Maybe?

When you sit in an office where there’s absolutely zero air movement, you’re fighting all of human history.

That’s why it feels uncomfortable.

If you spend more than 10 minutes a day in a room, take the $35 and buy yourself a ceiling fan.

This isn’t groundbreaking, but most positive changes in life aren’t either.

Until next time,

Jack

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