The Psychological Benefits of Commuting to Work
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“Overslept, so tired.
If late, get fired.
Why bother? Why the pain?
Just go home, do it again.”
--The Commuter’s lament inscribed in New York City’s 42nd Street Station
Daily commute seemed to be the bane of our existence till the pandemic bonded us to our homes.
In order to make up for role spillover due to lack of commute, you can:
”Rituals are friction, they slow us down. They’re so antithetical to most of our life, which is all about efficiency and speed.”
“You get a very strong feeling of two lives with the train as a bridge.” - Gail Sheehy (1968)
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