Originally Posted by mhaisten
Just go to the Gulf coast and close all the windows.
This makes sense to me.
Traveling to a preferred climate is rumored to be an advantage of mobile living...
About that permanent built-in replacement for going to the gym...
Let's work through my thinking using our words, OK?
I like simple.
Fact is, I think simpler is better.
I also like smaller.
I think smaller is generally lighter, generally offers better fuel economy, and is generally easier to drive and park.
I like multiple uses from one tool or appliance.
For example, a can-opener without a bottle-opener means I need a separate tool to open bottles, a separate place to store it, a separate category to manage it, an extra column in my inventory sheet, thusly and so.
I like a clean work-space.
I pull a tool from its cubby, use it, slide it back into its cubby.
For example, although I owned a restaurant business for ten years and love the artistry of cooking, a dedicated galley occupying much of my visual and visceral environment would test my patience... with a tendency to harsh my mellow.
I use a kitchen area thirty minutes out of twenty-four hours, why have it out all the rest of the time?
Your steam-room concept is intriguing.
I wonder if a similar experience could be achieved using a body-bag instead of a permanent structure?
Pull your steam-bag from its cubby, zip in, perspire to your hearts content, store it back in its cubby.
Or how about a heated mitt?
Plug it in, scrub vigorously.
If you have access to an amiable partner, get a pair of mitts, one for each of you.
Heck, get four partners with eight mitts... and get to doing.
I know I would.