Tag: commute

thoughts from a train: outside your bubble

the vulnerability of not being protected by your car, from new people and happenings of the day. there’s a trusting action of putting your arrival into the hands of another. sharing a seat. interactions with strangers. burying yourself in a book. it’s easy to live in your bubble and not look around and out. it’s

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making peace(ish) with my commute

This week IBM announced (per the Wall Street Journal) there are changes coming for their long-standing telecommuting policy and will require employees to choose a physical office from which to work or look elsewhere for employment. As someone who has personally reaped the benefits of a periodic work-from-home arrangement, I could go on and on about why

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