Writing at a desk all day

I have been trying to make some positive changes in my life.  I am tired of the anxiety over all of my past poor decisions. I need to pull myself out of the doldrums and start living my life to the fullest.  I took a stand just this past week and I made a promise to myself to see what is out there for me. I want to meet new people, explore more new adventures, get out of my comfort zone.  That is how I found myself sitting in a dentist office, and being the new front desk receptionist. When I said I wanted to get out of my comfort zone, I didn’t think that it was going to happen in the literal sense.  It was so cold in that office that I was shivering. Here at the dentist office, the entire office is kept at sixty-two degrees. No one is allowed to touch the thermostat, because I am assuming that everyone likes having the thermostat set this low.  I was told that even in the winter, they tend to turn off the heating when it is on the warmer side, so they can keep the energy bills at a minimum. I’m not sure the real reason for freezing everyone is, but that is as good as any. Working at a desk all day, and not moving around much, doesn’t really help me, however, like it does the nurses and doctors who are always running around.  I would love to just get up in the middle of the day and turn the thermostat up a couple of degrees.

AC system