How To Make The Most Of Your Train Delays
8 productive things to do on a station platform…
It is fair to say that the UK’s public transport system has seen better days, and with disruptive weather and regular signal failures, delays have unfortunately become part of the norm. With weather warnings and strikes looming, it looks like the worst is yet to come.
Nothing angers the British more than a train delay and too many of us waste that valuable pocket of time just to prove a point. Whether it’s drafting a strongly worded e-mail to National Rail or over-exaggeratedly checking our watches every time a man in High Vis walks past, it goes to no use.
Take it from a seasoned commuter, who experiences delays almost daily (even my train conductor was surprised to arrive on schedule this morning), spending that 30-minutes panicking is not going to help you get home any sooner. Our advice is simply to accept and embrace the delays, factoring them into your journey.
Instead of viewing a delay as wasted time, look at it as an additional moment to accomplish what you find hard to at work or at home.
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