The following is part of a blog post in The Huffington Post:
In the perfect world we would all be morning people. We would wake up calm, refreshed and ready to tackle the day. But this isn’t a perfect world, and many of us have hectic morning routines that are considered a success only if we're able to make it to work on time and with no coffee stains on our shirts.
I don’t understand the last sentence where it reads “only if we’re able to make it to work on time”.
Doesn't the verb make have to be followed by another verb without to?
Or, is this sentence used in a different way?