At home, we’ve had issues with our heater for some time now. For 2 years, we’ve known that we would need to change it out for a new one.
Once we decided that we were going to move forward with this project, we found a HVAC guy to replace it. We agreed to a price and all we needed to do was schedule the installation date.
This is where the communication struggle began, and I never followed through to get it done.
Our heater was still working and my motivation to get it done was low. The problem was not great enough, to get it scheduled. I wasn’t feeling the pain of living in a house without heat, so the urgency to replace it went away.
This past Saturday, when the weather was 3 below zero, our heater decided to breakdown. And this time, it was for real. The HVAC guy did all he could to revive the heater, but it was officially dead.
I went out and purchased 6 space heaters, so that we could keep warm until they were able to replace our heater on Monday.
The house was cold but not unbearable. The temperature inside is about high 50’s.
But I keep thinking, I should have started this project before things got bad.
We tend to move forward with things, only when the pain of not doing anything, is greater than the actual action. It’s how we are wired.
For many people, it takes a dental emergency for them to move forward on their dental treatment.
Many times, these dental emergencies occur at the most inconvenient time.
Right before a wedding, during an important meeting, or while we are eating the most amazing lunch.
People will have an issue with their tooth and ignore it until they begin to have pain.
If you have a dental issue that you’ve been avoiding, make your appointment now before it becomes a bigger problem. Call 773-292-1911 or visit us at mydente.com to schedule your appointment.
Floss like a madman!Emilio “Frozen Through and Through” Couret