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There’s no commute, there’s no lunchtime or after work drinks.
These are issued when questionable weather overlaps with the commute but is not quite enough for an advisory.
For a cold commute, the best winter gloves will allow you to use touch screen technology without going barehanded.
At one point, before her hour-long commute, she reportedly mentioned that her hands were cold.
As workers return to offices, they may still feel most comfortable with socially distant commutes rather than public transit.
Driven by remote work and changing commute patterns, home sales skyrocketed last year, with the National Association of Realtors predicting that the total volume when fully calculated will be the highest in 14 years.
Employees will escape grueling commutes and gain more control over their life choices.
One woman might spend more of her day physically active and thus need more energy to power her walking commute and after-work kickboxing class, for instance.
Shorter commutes meant the environment could breathe a little.
Many young professionals—working from home for most of 2020—dabbled into stock markets this year, spending the time and money they saved on office commute and other leisure options on investing in shares.

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