Your typical daily trek to work where absolutely nothing interesting ever happens is an example of something that would be described as a quotidian trek.
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Origin of quotidian
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
- From Anglo-Norman cotidian, cotidien, Middle French cotidian, cotidien, and their source, Latin cottÄ«diānus, quōtÄ«diānus (“happening every day"), from adverb cottÄ«diÄ“, quōtÄ«diÄ“ (“every day, daily"), from an unattested adjective derived from quot (“how many") + locative form of diÄ“s (“day").