CONVENIENT: suited to personal comfort or to easy performance, affording accommodation or advantage, being near at hand
Sometimes the voices in my head don’t get along. Work Me and Mommy Me feel differently about drive-through windows.
Work Me advocates policies that move cities away from auto-oriented development patterns.
Work Me lectures people on the importance of human scale buildings and prioritizing pedestrian access.
Work Me describes the health and social benefits of walkable neighborhoods.
Work Me cringes when vast seas of parking leave pedestrians without safe routes to building entries.
Work Me believes a ½ mile is a perfectly reasonable distance to walk for errands.
Work Me frets about the environmental impact of impervious surfaces.
Mommy Me dreads every errand that requires getting kids in and out of the car.
Mommy Me wishes the grocery store, library, and dry cleaner all had drive-through windows.
Mommy Me second-guesses the wisdom of snubbing big bank with drive-through ATM in favor of credit union with nothing but on-street parking.
Mommy Me appreciates that it is easy to find someone who will make you a latte while you idle in Seattle.