If you weren't lucky enough to find a home near your DVD replication Toronto or New York shop where you work and find yourself spending a lot of money on gas so you can drive to and from work everyday then why not look into alternative methods of transportation? Riding the bike or taking public transportation to your industrial insulation installation job could be something to consider.
If you don't know how to ride a bike or don't like sitting on a congested bus and don't want to give up driving to work then why not carpool to work? Driving to work everyday to your physiotherapist Toronto or New York receptionist job is expensive and lonely. Why not share the costs and liven up your drive to work in the morning and the drive home from work in the evening?
Would you rather keep driving to and from work by yourself and having nothing but the car stereo to keep you company while emptying out your wallet or would you like to have some small talk and a full wallet? The choice seems pretty simple to us. Not everybody has the privilege of being a New York or Ottawa pet photographer who has the comfort of working from home. However, those who work at home don't have the luxury of being able to work with a cool group of people like you do.
Start asking the co-workers you get along with in the office and who live in and around the same area of town you live in to start carpooling to work everyday. You're all headed in the same direction so why not take advantage of that? If you don't like the responsibilities that come with starting the car pool group you can always post a sign up sheet in the lunch room of the offices where your provide Revit MEP training. Once the sign up sheet is full you can then start planning your new carpool group.
From there you can start coordinating the pickup times of everyone who's going to be a part of the carpool group, decide who drives their car on which day, and how to divide up the paying of gas. Figure those things out before the first carpool session takes place. After that just start enjoying the added benefits that come with being part of a carpool.