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Waking up in the morning is a giant mission and when you have to do it regularly it is definitely not all easy. Even if you are staying 5 minutes away from the destination the struggle is a gross one. What changes is the nature of struggle when you are living far from your office or college premises and when you are living just adjacent to your destination.
Everything is so psychological. When I was daily commuting from my home to office it took me 2.5 hours to reach office but I was always on time. In fact, I would always reach the office before the time. It definitely was not easy to cover at least 100 Km every day but I managed to do it every day.
Everyone suggested me to shift to the nearby place and save my travelling time and just when I thought it would make my life easy and things will change something happened. Yes, change happened but not in a good way. Reaching the office on time became my biggest dream because reaching office late was now an everyday thing. No matter how much I make my calculations to reach 5 minutes before ‘kyoki pass reh kar bhi jaldi kaise uth sakte hai yaar’ I almost get late every day.
Here is the comparison between the both…. You will definitely relate to it….

1. You can enjoy the morning sleep when you are living adjacent to the office...

2. Managing sleep is like a mission impossible when you come from far...

3. Just the nature of struggle changes...

4. Reaching the office on time.....

5. You cannot really escape from the traffic jam...

I don’t know what happened? How a 10 minutes’ journey becomes so challenging is a question which I ask every day but unfortunately, I fail to get an answer.

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Author- Neha Wadhwa
Design credits - Vikas Kakkar
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