We all want to maximize time, do well at our jobs. But the commute can be one time to pamper yourself. Bunn reports that he often turns those three hours into simple enjoyment and relaxation, listening to "ball games or even comedy radio, for a laugh." By getting your me-time in the car, you might not need to cyber-surf during the day, or at night, to decompress, leaving you more time for—you guessed it—your life.
Laura Vanderkam is the author of What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast, recently published in paperback by Portfolio/Penguin.
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