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    Walking to school

    Each day i walk 2km to school and back. The reason for this is no bus in my location and my parents lost there licences. Would this be advantage or a disadvantage for me to stay focus at school or any other factors.
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    Re: Walking to school

    Not really, 2km isn't too bad and it's exercise. I suppose you could look into whether it's a category of disadvantage.

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    Re: Walking to school

    Quote Originally Posted by Cujo10 View Post
    Each day i walk 2km to school and back. The reason for this is no bus in my location and my parents lost there licences. Would this be advantage or a disadvantage for me to stay focus at school or any other factors.
    I reckon this is an advantage. Any form of exercise releases endorphins in your brain and makes it easier for you to focus in whatever it is you're doing. Having some alone time before and after school can also help clear your mind, especially if you're stressed or have a lot going on.
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    It's really how you take it. For me, it would be a disadvantage due to my screwed up sleep schedule lmao. I wouldn't be able to wake up early enough to walk. But it's really up to you and how you take it, since exercise early in the morning is quite nice.

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    Re: Walking to school

    just invest in some antiperspirant deodrant
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    Re: Walking to school

    Nope it's a warm up!

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    Re: Walking to school

    It is having great fun to go school and enjoy with friends. It is the base of life on which our future is decided.

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    Re: Walking to school

    That's less than half an hour, I'm commuting to and from school. I finish school at 3:15pm, walk to the train station, thats 3:30pm then take the train and walk home. I get home at 4:15pm, shower, rest a little then get to work.

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