Smart home camera- Imagine having a crystal-clear view of your home and the area surrounding it, accessible to you at any time. With smart home cameras, you can capture every second of the day in crystal clear 4K or UHD quality. Most smart cameras come with motion tracking wireless connection, the higher-tier cameras offering automatic zoom, color night vision, and even an integrated spotlight/siren.
A must if you’re wanting to invest in home security. Oh did we mention you can access the live feed and all previously recorded content at any time, only using your phone?
Smart Cookers- Ever heard of sous vide cooking? This method of cooking consists of placing food in a plastic pouch or glass jar and cooking it at a low temperature for a long time. Instead of stopping by McDonald’s after work, why not prepare the cooker in the morning, activate it remotely during work, and come home to a fresh, warm meal?
Robot Vacuum- Hundreds of dollars for robot vacuum can seem a little extravagant, but let’s take a closer look. Think of sweeping your home as a job, in which one gets paid hourly. To keep your home very clean, you must sweep often and well; one problem lies in the fact that you’re not getting paid to clean the house. So you’re not getting paid to clean the house and you’re giving time towards cleaning your home when then are much more important things in your life more deserving of your time (family, relationships, meditation, etc.). So instead of spending a lot of time to do a job that you’re not even getting paid for, why not outsource the job to a robot vacuum? Besides cleaning the dust trap, you will spend very little time attending to your new friend; plus, they’ll never ask for a raise, take breaks, or talk smack about you behind your back.
Robot vacuums also do eventually pay themselves off. This can either be by the time that a robot vacuum can save you, or by the money you will save if you were to hire a maid.
Robot Lawn Mower- It’s a robot vacuum on steroids that drinks three protein shakes a day. A little pricier than robot vacuums, you’re probably looking to spend a minimum of $1k; let’s talk about it before you shut the idea down. These are long term investments, if you value time, especially with your family, you will very likely consider investing in one of these bad boys. Controlled by an app, users can start/stop the mower, monitor progress, create schedules, and see a map of where their vacuum has been to.
New technology = room for improvement. Robot lawn mowers are a very new technology but they’re still user friendly; you don’t have to be a rocket scientist to use one. Easy to program, not only do robot lawn mowers cut your grass to perfection, they do it quieter than a traditional lawn mower.
Remember, you can spend money and get it right back; once you spend time, it’s gone forever. Let us repeat that, time is the only thing you can spend and never get back. Most of these appliances are methods of saving you time, which is why they come with a larger price tag. If you truly value your time, and the time of the people sharing your home, most of these investments will be easy decisions to make.
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