My Dad was born in 1947. He passed away just four weeks ago after a prolonged bout with lung cancer. It was sad, but he passed peacefully surrounded by family. It was time – the illness had taken a really tough toll.
A few weeks ago, I returned from a week-long technology-free vacation with my family. No computer, no phone, no email. When I got to the office and checked my computer, I had hundreds of email messages waiting for me.
By eliminating the stress, the rush, the busy – you can help your kids enjoy the journey. You don’t have to make every errand a thrill ride, but you can eliminate the stress, the yelling, and the push to get everyone out the door. If you can learn to enjoy the journey, you will teach your kids to do the same.
It's no secret that American cities are trying all kinds of things to encourage bike commuting. Some are building bike lanes even if it means taking space away from cars. Some have authorized bike-share programs.
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