Research shows long work commutes have bad implications for your well-being. Here are some tips on how you can improve your daily commuting experience.
By: Alythea Ho
For most people, commuting to work is a necessary evil. The longer it is, the more likely you are to feel tempted to elbow the next person who jostles against you in the train. It’s a boring life-sap-of-an-activity that’s as enjoyable and inevitable as paying taxes, and you have to do so every day.
Research seems to agree that long commutes are bad for you. In one study, commuting is the daily activity that produces the lowest positive affect levels and relatively high levels of negative affect. (Read More Here!)