E105 What to Do About Commute-to-Work Stress
It’s called, “Hurry up and wait.” Traffic and commuter stress is enough to drive you loony-tunes! You’ve got an 8 a.m. sales presentation. There’s 15 miles of exhaust belching traffic in front of you, and 14 years to retirement. As you sink your fingernails farther into the steering wheel, you find yourself trapped like a rat.
Every weekday, similar dramas play out in millions of cars on roadways across the nation. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the average American worker spends more than 48 minutes a day getting to and from work. For many, it is as high as three hours. This time spent in the car can be the most stressful and unpleasant part of the day . . .
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Facing the madhouse. Ten tips for a less stressful commute. Starting early, keeping your car repaired, keep a half tank minimum, find safe audio entertainment, changing the scenery, getting comfortable, using time wisely.
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