Travel for recreation, work, or as a daily ritual is common in most of our day-to-day experiences. It can evoke mixed emotions, both physically and mentally, like exhaustion, excitement, happiness, fear, and sometimes boredom. Believe it or not, there will be times while traveling when you will also feel bored and frustrated. It matters then how well you utilize time commuting from one place to another, whether for work or leisure.

Some people travel daily via bus, a car, train or cycle, or commute on foot even. Moreover, commuters are going to work, meet friends, grocery shopping, to the mall, etc. Despite being physically on the move, many of us are occupied mentally.

Some people like to pass this time of commute by listening to music. Others catch up on their sleep if they are in a moving vehicle, like a bus, train, or car. Some people like to interact with strangers and talk to them to pass their commute time. Others who have a lot on their mind are preoccupied mentally preparing for everything before reaching their destinations. Additionally, one’s commute can be as simple as spending personal time meditating.

Commuting can be soothing to balance who we are and what we do, preparing ourselves for the latter. That drive, ride, or walk we use daily, plays a vital role in activating and orienting us to everyday work.

So, whether you are new to commuting, the process of going from here to there and back again is certainly an experience. For some, commuting can be time-consuming and tiring, but for others, commuting is calming and restorative. After all, sometimes, it’s just about the journey.

Hence, hurry and answer the survey on utilizing time while commuting on the Real Research app from August 08, 2022. After that, you will receive 25 TNCs as a reward.

Survey Details

Survey Title:
Survey on Utilizing Time While Commuting

Target Number of Participants:
30,000 Users

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