Work is inevitable. We all have to do it in order to get the life we want. Sometimes you have to go through a few tedious moments in order to get what you want, but that’s life. An aspect of working life these days that is especially tedious is the commute back and forth. The mundane and boring role of sitting in a vehicle and getting to where you need to be can really knock brain cells out of your head – or at least it feels that way anyway.

Okay, right now, there’s a lot less of it due to coronavirus – so many are stuck at home, of course – but when that goes away, we’ll be back to normality. For the majority, that means being stuck in their cars, vans, and public transport.

Are there ways of making the commute comfier for us? Of course. In terms of our own personal vehicles, here are a few things you can do:

Think About The Journey Itself

When you’re traveling to your job, you’re going to be stuck due to annoying instances like traffic and other awkward stoppages. Perhaps shaking up your route might change things a little, however. Sure, you probably have the fastest route possible in your mind or set in your navigation system, but that might not always be the best option. The most popular route will probably be the most populated route, so perhaps an alternate one can take the stress and/or pressure away from you – from time to time, at least.

Make Sure Your Vehicle Is Fully Functional 

The last thing you want is an awkward drive or, worse, a complete breakdown. If you’re good to go, then you don’t really have to worry about this section. If you think something might be up, however, be sure to get it checked out. If you don’t want to head to a mechanic just yet, then you can do a little research online, at least. Little nuggets of info like those here at, for example, can be found easily. 

Make Sure You’re Energized!

You personally need to get all the food, water, and sleep in if you want a smoother ride. So much stress is caused by hunger, thirst, and just a straight-up lack of energy. Make sure your battery is full.

What’s On Your Feet?

The shoes you’re wearing can actually impact your commute massively. Sure, you need to have formal wear for a lot of jobs in this world, but they can really annoy you when you’ve got to keep your foot on the pedal for hours on end. Think about purchasing some comfier shoes that are solely for keeping your feet from getting damaged in the car. It seems like a weird idea, but it’s worth considering. 

Travel With A Colleague 

Yes, being around some people for too long can be annoying, but it might help from time to time if you want to keep entertained during what is usually a dull experience – two’s company and all that. The fact that there would be two of you also means you’ll get to share the driving burden.