Braving the wintery roads for work  

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Guest post written by Sally Denver


As much as I dread it, when I it snows outside I have to brave it and head into work. I work as a secretary so I can't really get away with working from home, unfortunately. There are only so many things that I can do through e-mail. I just have to be by the phone.
So I keep a pretty close eye on the weather reports to help psych myself up for when I'll have to drive in bad weather. When I was doing that last week I came across some hughesnet deals that sounded so great that I decided to sign up for one of them for my home internet service.
But I am pretty good at winter weather driving because I take my time and am extra cautious. That means that I have to get up early and get ready for work earlier, but it's worth not getting into a wreck. Plus, if I'm not there at work on time, I'm not doing my job well.

This entry was posted on 2/22/11 at Tuesday, February 22, 2011 . You can follow any responses to this entry through the comments feed .

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