If you’ve ever had to commute, you are likely to know the feeling of watching your time go to waste. Now is the time to make a change. These articles will help you make the most of your commute:
How To Make The Most Of Your Commute
“I spend three hours commuting every day. Granted, I am sure this is not nearly the longest commute in the world, but it certainly isn’t the shortest. Whether you spend hours or just minutes commuting, it can be frustrating to know that this time isn’t being used as productively as it could be. Thinking strategically about how you can spend your commute and what you want to accomplish will enable you to maximize your time. Here are a few ways to approach this universal conundrum.”
7 Ways to Maximize Your Morning Commute
“Depending on which form of transport you prefer, the morning commute can take up a significant chunk of your day. Calculate how long it takes from when you walk out the door each morning until you return at night, and you might be surprised by how much time goes by—time that could be spent setting yourself up for a successful day. In fact, according to a report from the Texas Transportation Institute, American rush-hour commuters in 2014 spent 6.9 billion hours stuck in traffic or about 42 hours per commuter per year. So it's high time you maximized your daily commute. Scroll down for some of our suggestions to ramp up your productivity.”
The Surprising Thing To Do On Your Commute That Gets You Into Work Mode
“Getting into work mode when you’re jostling around on a crowded, humid tube is difficult. There’s no way you can enter the office feeling inspired after swapping from your flats into your favorite heeled boots in the toilets or being elbowed down the street as you try to make it to the office on time.
Luckily, I’ve got a way to drown all that noise out and stay inspired every morning and evening on my commute. Podcasts. Often overlooked, the right podcast can get you in the mood for a productive day, and lately I’ve been going podcast mad!
There’s a podcast for everything, from being inspired to getting creeped out (probably best not to listen to those on your nightly commute!) here are my favorites at the moment.”