Living close to work gives you a lot more time before and after work. Now you can redirect that time you previously left or commute to and from work. Here are some things you can do with that newfound time:
Sleep: Spend a little more time in bed in the morning. This time is precious if you're not a natural morning person.
Morning Routine: Develop that enviable morning routine you've always wanted. Even if you don't become a member of the 5 AM Club, or you don't have Miracle Mornings, time to meditate, read, pray, journal, or sit still will get your day off to a great start.
Morning Workout - There is so much to say about the importance of physical activity and exercise that we will go into more detail below. But suffice it to say that long commutes often shorten the time to develop regular exercise routines.
We get used to high-stress levels and don't realize its full detrimental effects on us. Getting up early and running around the house to get to work on time is a daily stress exercise, both mentally and physically. Morning traffic is an added stress when you meet all the other people who left the house in a hurry and are now tense trying to get to work on time.
When you come to work, you often carry that tension in your mind and body for a while. Then productivity can suffer, not to mention how you interact with your colleagues.
Long-distance journeys consume large amounts of petrol. A shorter trip is an immediate saving on gas costs, but it also means less wear and tears on your car. Fewer repairs save you money on car maintenance and parts. The savings on gas and car care alone are significant enough to be a good reason to live close to work.
Long-distance drives contribute to air pollution in the form of emissions. Even if you drive an electric car, there is still a little negative environmental impact. Driving less will reduce your carbon footprint, and you'll feel great doing good for the environment. And if you live close enough to work, you might not have to drive. Walking, jogging or even cycling can be very good for you and the environment.
A much less disturbing morning and life, in general, will make you extra efficient at painting. You can arrive early to paintings after a non-violent and quick commute, with thoughts prepared for paintings and undoubtedly relate to your co-workers. Tension drains your frame of wished electricity, so starting your day without it'll also enhance your electricity output.
If you stay near paintings, you're much more likely to be at paintings on time, now no longer to say having fewer past due arrivals or sick days. It seems like much less 'trouble' to take the fast ride to paintings, and while you finish, you get domestic so quick that it's extra motivating to make an effort.
Your boss will recognize your reliability, and it can suggest extra promotions and fruitful interactions. Things like horrific climate or mild (non-contagious) infection are much less likely to maintain you at home.
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