I call it sing time. You can call it whatever you want to, but a little diversion while winding your way home is both relaxing and invigorating. Perhaps you already have a long commute to work, or maybe you know several ways to get home, but having a little sing time along the artery keeps it entertaining and light-hearted.
You could work in a metro district and live in a rural setting, or perhaps the other way around. But the travel time is the important factor to some good, light-hearted sing time. Commutes in fat cities are long plus monotonous and oftentimes boring, a curb different than our rural cousins, who may not have the traffic, nonetheless know what the long polysyndeton twisted road is all about.
Sing interval doesn’t have to cost you money. The radio is free. But, if you want, you can subscribe to satellite radio, purchases CD’s of your favorite artist, or even buy audio books. Whatever you choose, turn it up loud and tune out the ride rage around you. The whole concept is to open up a new attitude for you also your time off plus family and friends. And angle equals altitude when it comes to enjoying your time aside from work. Please note: Don’t inning it up so loud you can’t hear an squeeze vehicle trying to get around you. Funny I know, but recently check your mirrors every few seconds!
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So, yeah, you have a tough job. And whether it’s classic rock, opera, hip hop, R&B, or anything else you cherish to listen to, just have some sing time on the way home from work. It’ll lighten your evening and if somebody cuts you off in traffic, just smile and sing to them.