My daily commute is about as uncomplicated as it could be. Turn right, turn right, get on the freeway, take the first exit, turn left, turn right, and park across the street from my building. It takes me about 20 minutes door-to-door, every day, and costs $2.50 in bridge toll and $5 in parking.
The trip home is also pretty simple: turn right, turn right, turn left, turn right, get on the freeway, stay on the 80, take the first exit, turn right, turn left, get home.
Cost per day: $7.50
Time spent: 40 minutes
Why is this so easy? Because I have a motorcycle.
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There are many things about children and pregnancy that people have opinions on. Quite frequently, they are diametrically opposed. Recently I came across this article which summarized current sleep training methods as taught in various books.
One thing that is nearly universal is that everything changes when there is a baby in the picture.
I don’t consider my life all that exciting. I don’t drink, I don’t smoke, I don’t go to clubs or parties, I don’t really go much of anywhere. I can’t imagine how what I do day-to-day even has room to change, but I thought it might be interesting to put in a snapshot of my average day now and revisit it as things progress (and especially once the baby is here).
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