Commuting can easily stress you out. Having to take the bus, train or drive to work takes valuable time of the day. How do you improve this situation?
The damaging effects of long-distance commuting are well known, and recent research by McGill University helped prove the point. The survey showed that driving is the most stressful form of transport with roughly 76 percent of people commuting by car, opposed to the least – 3 percent, riding a bike. Apart from increasing anxiety, commuting has an enormous negative impact on worker performance as it increases the risk of burnout and makes them unhappy.
But, while commuting may be harmful, there are lots of ways you can have a more enjoyable and stress-free journey to work. This infographic from Auto Insurance Center advises you to take a more mindful approach to commuting so that you can make the most of your travel time. It provides some great tips on how to be productive when commuting by taking a meaningful break from whatever is troubling you and living in the moment.
If commuting is stressing you out, have a look at this infographic to find out what you can do to remedy the situation.
How do you make the most of your time while commuting? Let me know in the comments section below...