- What are you doing today? Are you coming out for a drink?
- I’m not going out today, brother. I’m nesting.
- You’re doing what?
- You know, nesting. I’ll wear my pyjamas all day and I won’t even go out to get the bread. I’ll spend the time doing the housework, finishing the latest season of “The Walking Dead” and then latch onto the Xbox.
-You’re going to get one hell of an electricity bill.
- No, I won’t. I don’t pay for electricity on Saturdays. Tempo Happy and enjoy life, brother.
These are new conversations for new times. At Endesa we encourage nesting, but don’t go too far; one day a week to relax and look after yourself.
The Tempo Happy Rate adapts itself to your nesting so that your electricity is free of charge at the times when you want a bit of peace and quiet.
Let’s start at the beginning; what is nesting?
Sometimes fashion takes something old, gives it a facelift and transforms it into something really fancy. We could start with polyphonic ringtones, continue with cupcakes and end with hipster beards. Before all this came into fashion we already had mobile phones, buns and hairy faces… but they just weren’t the in thing.
Much the same thing happens with nesting. Spending the day in your pyjamas just because you want to isn’t a 21st-century invention. What is new is the name we give it, and selling it as a lifestyle.
We all know what a nest is. And nesting consists of shutting yourself in and enjoying all the comforts of home: watching a film, cooking, reading… or simply resting. For young couples it’s a peach on three fronts: relaxing, spending time together and saving money.