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Thursday, October 03, 2013

For the past 3 years my commute to work has been an hour one way. It has really taken a toll on me physically and mentally. The lease on our office will expire at the end of the year. My manager asked me to find a new office. I told them that they only way to find cheaper rent would be to move south. Yes I do live south of the office but I was not lying when said that I could find cheaper rent out there. I showed my manager the 3 options I had found. He told me this morning that we are moving to the office that is 10 MINUTES away from my house. From 1 hour to 10 minutes. I AM JUMPING UP AND DOWN, SINGING A LITTLE SONG AND SO HAPPY I DONT KNOW WHAT TO DO WITH MYSELF.

My husband always told me that if we lived closer to my work I could get a scooter. Well......we are going to live closer to work or should I say work will live closer to us. I have finally found my motivation. I need to lose weight before I can comfortably ride a scooter. I put a picture of a scooter on my cell phone. Every time I have been a little tempted today I look at my phone and think "SCOOTER".


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    That's awesome! Congrats on the shorter commute. My work time recently changed from 20-30 min to 5 min when our business moved. It's a wonderful feeling.

    Glad you have the scooter to help with your motivation!
    1117 days ago
    Congrats!! That scooter should be GREAT motivation.
    1119 days ago
    Congrats. You can do it.
    1119 days ago
    Congratulations on the new, shorter commute time! You've got time to get ready for that new scooter, too!
    1119 days ago
    HOORAY! I once reduced my commute from an hour and 20 minutes to three minutes so I understand the feeling!

    You have a great reward to look forward to!

    1119 days ago
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