Commuting to and from the workplace is part of life, but there are things that anyone facing this rather dull prospect each day can do to liven it up a little. It doesn’t necessarily have to be productive in a work sense – after all most of us spend enough of the day on work as it is! It just means keeping your mind active during these journeys.
The days when internet gaming was perceived as solely the preserve of spotty teenage boys in darkened bedrooms are long gone. The popularity of online casinos, bingo and all manner of other types of internet games, coupled with the ease with which these games can be played on a mobile device, makes them an ideal time-passer during train or bus journeys to and from work. Visit here for a few casino games. However if you travel by car, it is probably best to avoid this option, otherwise the phrase 'game over' is likely to be apply to the real, as well as the virtual, world.
This is probably a safer option for those driving to and from the workplace, but is also something those travelling by bus or train can do. Most people use iPods these days, just don’t have it so loud that everyone around you is forced to listen as well, and try to avoid impromptu bursts of karaoke – especially if you are listening to gangsta rap!
Oddly, despite apocalyptic reports of Britain turning into a nation of slack-jawed illiterates, many people still enjoy reading during their daily commute. Again this is not an option for car drivers – although audio books can be a good alternative for them – but it is ideal for the bus or train. Furthermore, thanks to the existence of the Kindle you can sit reading Fifty Shades of Grey without having to put a Harry Potter dust jacket over the top.