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Two dozen steps from bedroom to coffee pot to office. Double that on mornings when I make a side trip through the garden.
My husband takes the Metrolink to work - 2 hours up and 2 hours back. It's really not a good way to live. We made a lot of mistakes. He should have not been so scared when laid off in 2007 and waited a few more months. He was able to get a job right after President Obama was elected, but it was up in Burbank. More positions were opening up nearer to us, but I think he panicked. People can also cause a great deal of pressure when they say insensitive things to those who are unemployed. A friend said to us, when we received an extension of Cobra benefits so we could pay our health insurance, "I wouldn't take a government 'hand-out'". So lesson here - Be gentle and understanding with people who are laid-off. (Not that this question was meant to invoke a lesson, but I threw it in, free of charge
My daily commute from home to office to and fro is 80 minutes with traffic.I use to go to my office by bike
To classes, 45 minutes, To work, 30-45 minutes. It is not enjoyable.
None at all. There is a joy to working at home with that one. Unfortunately there are lots of pitfalls to working from home. Hellooo procrastination!
My daily commute is just about twelve seconds, thank GOD. I used to sit in traffic for 45 - 60 minutes to and from work and I will never do that craziness again.
My daily commute from home to office is anything from 60 minutes to 80 minutes depending on the traffic, but I also have to stop first to drop my son off at school.
by Aikonia5 years ago
How long is your commute to and from the office?I was sitting in the subway today and wondered how much time everyone spends commuting to and from work. Now you work from home folks and take a break and need not reply....
by Kimberly Vaughn5 years ago
How long is your commute to work and what mode of transportation do you use?
by CARIBQUEEN7 years ago
Do traffic jams affect you on your daily commute to work?
by harmony1555 years ago
Does your long commute to work keep you from going to the gym to work out?Is your commute to work keeping you from staying fit?
by Jacqueline Williamson BBA MPA MS3 years ago
BIG KUDOS to everyone who has responded thus far! It seems like being able to have flexibility and in a sense "call your own shots" are very positive reasons to love your job and boy, do I agree with you! It's...
by dishantthecoolguy7 years ago
Hi all, I need to buy a bike for my daily commute of around 8 km. The bike should be light and quick as I am of small build and require a nimble bike. My budget is around 25,000. I fancy the Schwinn Sportera Comp.
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