In the next few months, I will be slowly transitioning to being more of a commuter and force myself to always fly home no matter what. In other words, even if I have two days off, I will be flying back home to San Diego. You see, the lease on our awesome Loxford Lounge Crashpad is due this up and coming February which leaves just under 7 months to slowly move. Being that I haven't been around lately, doesn't really leave me that much time to pack up and go. As long as I make it a habit to pack at least one box a week or month, I'll be all moved out by year's end making my reliance on the crashpad wither down to zilch.
It is hard though now that I have been doing it a lot lately, but it really just takes will power. I'm now able to concentrate on coming home since the fact my parents moved back to San Diego which cuts the drive home by almost 75% and is a lot more convenient all together.
I was able to catch a flight on Delta Mainline this evening which is actually a rarity since I have been using the competition due to their availability. Delta has always been full to and from Atlanta so my dependency has risen on Airtran thus enabling my frequent trips back home.
The necessity for a crashpad in Atlanta would be only for the days that I am stuck in ATL due to weather or the times when I have training, but I guess that doesn't amount to more than what I would ben spending a year of keeping a place within the airport limits.
I'm going to do it! I really am and I feel more confident than ever because of my desire to surf a lot more and just swim and get more physically fit. I have till end of the year to really achieve what I have been aiming for and that is normalcy.