Yahoo! asked me to write about my 110 mile daily round trip. Have at it.
I drive about 55 miles one way to work each day from my home in southern Pennsylvania to my office in the Baltimore suburbs. The drive, which generally takes about an hour and five minutes, could be shortening my life expectancy, according to recent studies. While I’m sure the results of observing drivers with long commutes can certainly reveal some enlightening information about health, stress, weight, and marital trends, I don’t think it pertains to me.