Like 14 trillion other people in the world, I have a commute from home to work every weekday. Some statistical people say that we spend six months of our lives waiting at traffic lights. So it seems normal that some kind of lesson should be learned during this six-month time frame.
Here's three things to take away from your time sitting at a traffic light:
1. Back off the caffeine already.
It is so inevitable that other drivers are going to be slower than you when you want to go fast, and other drivers are going to be driving way too fast and they need to stinking slow down, in your humble opinion. And we all know that the person that is weaving in and out of traffic is going to be waiting for you at the next light. So I would invite my gentle readers to just take a deep breath, calm down, and just take it easy. It is all going to work out and you can get happy about it or you can stress about it. I'd rather be happy.
2. Don't worry, be happy.