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Planning early is a good habit

April 4th, 2014 9:48 AM by Eric Fang

I just noticed that there would be a lot of cars
in the line just 5 minutes before the class
started in the morning when you drop the kids.
But if you started a little bit earlier, like
10 minutes before the starting time, you don't
have to wait in the line, do not have to be
in the hurry to drive, etc.

Two years ago, I got two tickets just because
I tried to catch the last minute. At one time,
the police officer said that I did not yield
at the stop sign; and another time, I drove a
little bit fast. And I still have 2 points
because of that. And on both cases, I was trying
to be hurry to drop my daughter to school.

After the two tickets, I tried to leave home
a little bit earlier, and have "full stop" at
the stop sign, it worked great. But yesterday,
I was a little bit late for the appoinment
meeting with my college classmates who I
did not see for 26 years. I "calculated" the
time, but I did not know that it was hard to
find a parking in San Francisco. Luckily,
I got the last one in the garage around 2nd street.

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Posted by Eric Fang on April 4th, 2014 9:48 AM



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