What would you say if I told you I could give you an extra hour a day? What about an extra 30 minutes – would you take that? That’s how much time I spend driving each day to take my daughter to preschool and then go to work.
This is Day 3 of our 31 Ways to Get More Done series. To read all the posts in order, visit the introduction post to see the outline for the whole series.
I don’t have 30-60 minutes of commuting time to throw away. I can actually get stuff done. Want to hear more about that?
In this post, I share five ideas for how you can spend your time efficiently. I also give you my list of essential equipment and supplies for your commute.
Learn what finally drove me to the point of making an “essentials” list, what you should have in your car, and what you should not have in your car.
Using Commuting Time Effectively
Get my insider tips and learn eight ways you can make your commute more enjoyable.
More Resources to Help You Make the Most of Your Commuting Time:
- The Drive-Time Message for Women 2: Daily Devotions for Your Commute
- Commute for life: A survival guide to commuting, or -How to manage work, family, health and travel-and stay sane!
- My Time with God for Daily Drives: 20 Personal Devotions to Refuel Your Busy Day
- Tips to Reduce Distracted Driving
Read other posts in the 31 Ways to Get More Done series.
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