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Tag: commuting

Walking to work

Barbican seen through another building

Commuting is a strange old business. It can eat away at your soul. You are pitted against your fellow traveller in a zero-win scenario where one side might overtake and beat the lights, or grab the final seat on the train, but will ultimately feel more bitter and more hollow for it. Read the rest of this entry »

Morning Person

Beaten-up photo of a beaten-up alarm clock

According to Time Magazine, we’re doing mornings all wrong. Surprise, surprise, it turns out that falling out of bed, rushing to get ready and hurrying our way into a soul-destroying commute is not the ideal preparation for a morning’s creativity. Who would have thought it? Read the rest of this entry »

The reluctant commuter

Commuters in London with umbrellasI do enjoy my job. However, I periodically fantasise about working from home. These thoughts usually occur about five seconds before I have to get out of bed in the morning, or five seconds after my train is cancelled after a long day at work. Read the rest of this entry »