It’s nice residing in a town love Toronto where you can easily survive with public transferation.
There are multiple possibilities between buses, subways, taxis, and Ubers. And if you have the legs, you can easily walk or ride a bicycle to your chosen destination. I love having an apartment that is only 8 miles away from my boss’s office. It gives me a lot of leniency regarding the way I get to labor in the days. For instance, if I want to get a lot of exercise and I get up early enough to budget the time, I can just walk to work. If I’m really fatigued and just need to rest my body while it wakes up a little, I can jump on the bus or take the subway to the station closest to the office. But if for some reason I get up a little late for the subway, I can jump on my bicycle and high-tail it to the office and get there surprisingly quick if I go fast enough. I take the subway more often when I’m going longer distances throughout the city. Old Toronto for instance is a bit far from my apartment for me to try and ride my bike. It would turn into a afternoon-long trip and I would need to account for potential cooked bike tires and other drawbacks on my journey. I wanted to try a modern cannabis cafe in Old Toronto that I learn about online. The subway wasn’t as tied up that afternoon and I arrived at the cafe at least 10 minutes faster than my PC had expected when I punched in the coordinates on my maps app.