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How to make a commute to work more bearable
If you've recently decided to drive to work instead of relying on public transportation, there's no reason to fret. Rush hour traffic is something that no one can change. With this in mind, there's no reason to become stressed at the thought of battling other morning commuters. Instead, there are some simple things you can do that might actually make this alone time a little more enjoyable.
Of course, listening to music is always a positive way to engage yourself. However, twisting that dial to whatever radio station has the best reception might not be the most convenient or safest way to amuse yourself. Instead, listen to a CD that includes nothing but songs that will pump you up and help you mentally prepare for the workday ahead.
Although it might seem silly, listening to audio books might be beneficial for your everyday work duties. If you're a public speaker of any kind, speech and allocution lessons may help you make sure your pronunciation and grammar are on-point. Also, if you have crucial notes to memorize, it would be extremely beneficial to listen to them while sitting in traffic.
Making use of your idle time in the car is the best way to begin a productive day at work. Just be sure to remain focused on the road without getting too distracted by the things that keep you busy in the car.