article_sub_photo2“You are going to drive me to distraction” was a phrase one of my junior high school teachers used when we would frustrate her. How relevant that phrase now seems to be in our 24-hour-a-day information driven society that extends into one of the most intense and complicated activities we Read More…
Many of us take for granted getting in our vehicle and arriving where we need to be, to do what we need or want to do. It has become so commonplace we multi-task while we’re driving. You’ve seen it…people eating, shaving, emailing, texting, smoking, changing clothes, talking on the phone, changing music CD’s…you get the idea. Activities that compromise our opportunity to return home safely.