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Smart Homes for the Aspiring Couch Potato

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In a world of constant stimulation taking a step back from the chaos isn't necessarily a bad thing. Everyone needs to have a lazy day now and then, a day for you to decompress and regroup. But how much lazy does it take to be truly lazy and is that bad? Or is lazy not bad at all?

One thing is true laziness has been on the rise as demonstrated by how we now speak to one another. In place of words, we now use letters, acronyms and emojis, as if typing a word is too overwhelming to even consider. While some people blame smartphones and technology for making us lazy, the more apathetic among us would argue that laziness is a lifestyle. In its purest definition laziness means the quality of being unwilling to work or use energy or the act of being idle.

If your lifestyle is idleness why not make the most of it? Use the very technology that started this new trend of lethargy to your benefit. From answering the door to making coffee from your bed, technology has ways that can let you embrace your inner lazy.

Why clean your house if technology can do it for you? From dish washing to vacuuming you can find smart devices that keep your house clean, and all you have to do is push a button. These devices can clean your house while you spend a happy afternoon with Netflix.

Roomba

Samsung Top Control Dishwasher with Water Wall Technology

Smarter Coffee

Anova Precision Cooker

Ring Doorbell

Be the Best Couch Potato You Can Be

The best thing you can be is you, so be the you that you want to be. Being lazy doesn't have to mean you cannot get things done. With smart devices that can clean your house, make you coffee and cook your dinner, you can embrace and enjoy your lazy lifestyle.

This is a guest post by Joseph Mack from smarthomeSAGE, a blog that analyzes the impact the smart home technology revolution has on home life. Follow the smarthomeSAGE to learn how to save money, energy and avoid those household chores via technology.

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