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I changed jobs about 3.5 years ago, changing my commute from 45 miles to 7.
I save about $200 a month in gas.
When I did the math, I figured that when I went to a shorter commute, I got myself the equivalent of 8 WEEKS of extra vacation.
Basically, I figured my shorter commute worked out to better than $12K a year in savings, if I convert the value of my time, along with reduced wear and tear on cars and bodies.
posted by 140.157.4...Thu, 16 May 2002 16:27:57 , Thu, 16 May 2002 07:48:01 220.127.116.11 Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:40.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/40.1 My experience
I've never had that long a commute - at least not like what you describe.
First, I converted one of those commuting hours into sleep.
The remaining half-hour I got to spend with my wife, work in the yard, read the paper.
Next, I can actually go to a doctor near where I live.
Most of my friends are from work.
I can go home for lunch.
I don't dread bad weather.
And of course, the more time you spend on the road, the more your exposure to someone on a cell phone who isn't looking....
My recommendation - no long commute is worth it for an extended period of time.
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