7 Practical Ways to Make Your Commute Productive

Here, you’ll find 7 amazing ways to improve your commute and make it more productive and interesting.

Do your morning look something like this: Get up early, workout, grab breakfast, and head out for the long commute ahead.

Whether you drive, walk, or take public transport, commuting adds stress and make you feel isolated.

Countless scientific studies have shown that long commutes negatively impact your productivity and mental well-being.

Julia Lee, an assistant professor of management and organizations at the University of Michigan, said:

“People are consistently underestimating the daily pain of commuting. People are biased. Salary seems like the most important aspect of a job and the value of time is pretty much discounted. That’s why people make the wrong choices when it comes to commuting decisions.”

But it’s unavoidable.

In this infographic, you’ll find 7 amazing ways to improve your commute and make it more productive and interesting.

Image Source: Springworks blog

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