I’m Driving Solo To Smart Commute Breakfast–Zoom, Zoom
The hump day of Smart Commute Week: How is it going? Anyone take the bus yet?
Due to circumstance, I’m driving to Smart Commute Week breakfast this morning. The reality made me think of a previous week where I committed to driving everywhere I needed to go—no matter the distance.
I actually enjoy the act of driving, but quickly get fed up with it when I need to drive places so close that I don’t even get to listen to a complete song. Anyway, we have some new readers to MyWHaT since January, so I thought I’d highlight the results today: Car-dependency Is Humorous When It’s Simply A State Of Mind
There were minor cost findings, but the real value of the experiment was the intangibles that I found, some of which that I list here and are explained in the original post.
- Road-rage Happens
- Navigators Make Driving Better
- Pet-peeve #1: Getting in and out of cars
- Pet-peeve #2: Stop signs and red lights
- Driving Induces More Driving
- Time: I didn’t seem to gain any by driving
- Anxiety/Stress Increased
- Reflection: I’m fortunate, I’m mostly car free