It seemed like a good idea at the time: Relocate my primary residence from New York to Florida in 2005, bounce between Fort Lauderdale and Manhattan and enjoy the benefits of both cities.The plan was for me to “super commute” for a year. Almost two million miles and 15 years later, I don’t plan on stopping anytime soon. I’ve spent countless hours navigating flight delays and cancellations, and commuting to and from airports, to say nothing of the approximately 3,500 hours (or 146 days) I’ve spent in the air. By the numbers, my round-trips are the equivalent distance of the earth to the moon just shy of four times. Numbers aside, my time in the air has been nothing if not instructive. Herewith are the five most valuable lessons I’ve learned while winging it up and down the East Coast. Read the full piece at PR Daily.