So, last time you heard from me I was telling you about my breakfast process. Yep, this is what this blog has turned into, I guess. I’m telling you random facts about my life and this one was the one I wanted to tell you about. Well, today is a new day and I’ll tell you about my process going to work. I work in a storage in Miami, and this will be explained along the way. Let’s go.
I live 1 hour from the storage in Miami in which I work. This means that I have to get up around 2 hours before I have to be at work. I get up and then I work out for 15 minutes right away. I read this somewhere, some years ago and I’ve been doing it since. I think it might have been one of those Tech guys, you know. So that’s what I do before going to the storage in Miami.
After working out I take a quick shower, colder than the arctic sea. This is a good way to wake up. After I’ve showered, it’s time for coffee. This is the next step in becoming awake, and it worked. Before I travel to the storage in Miami, I drink the strongest coffee known to man. I usually don’t eat breakfast at home but sometimes I make an exception. Sometimes, I feel hungry along the way to Miami, to the storage. Then I stop to get a sandwich or something. Sometimes, this results in a late arrival to the storage in Miami. Luckily, I’m really good friends with my boss so that’s usually not a problem.
When I arrive to the storage in Miami, a lot of others do as well. This means that we are competing each other over the parking spots. Sometimes, it’s just full. The storage in Miami only has a certain amount of parking spots and If you don’t get one – well, you just have to figure something else out.
Most of the times, I get a good spot outside of the storage in Miami. After locking the door and walking in another, I get to my seat. That’s the very short story of how I get to Miami, to the storage in which I work.
What do you want to hear about next time? I’m really excited about doing this, for some reason. I feel like I can put the storage story in Miami behind me now though.