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Meaningful commuting

CategoryMy Career
Published04.03.16
Updated30.06.20

Commuting affects our psychological wellbeing, increasing our chances of mental illness, decreasing our happiness and impacting sleep patterns.

Couple that with uncompleted goals intruding into our thoughts after the working day, and you have a recipe for breakdown. But those who use their commuting time to plan their future, whether that is the day ahead or broader career planning, have a more meaningful life, through higher levels of job satisfaction and lower levels of emotional exhaustion. They take some control back into that seemingly wasted time; and that enables them to complete their highest priority goals.

Use your commute productively.

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