Have you made your home technologically accessible in any way?
Thanks to smart plugs, voice activated light bulbs, Alexa and Google Home there are many ways to activate electronics and devices with the touch of a button or an utter of a word.
Last year, I had an electrician make my bedroom fan remote controlled and it’s been a life saver. Now I can turn my light and my fan on and off without anyone’s help. My boyfriend also convinced me to get a KASA smart bulb that’s connected to my Amazon Alexa and is voice activated. I can even change the color if I want.
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