Being on Time and Reducing Road Rage for Your Mental Health
Whether your difficulty lies in being on time for work, being on time for school, or just being on time for a lunch with a friend, it can often feel like you're just someone who can't be punctual. Being late can even affect your experience of life by increasing your feelings of stress in traffic (potentially creating road rage) or your meetings even after you arrive.
Stress Road Rage and Being On Time
Here's how being on time (or early) changed my experience of traffic, gave me a new perspective on road rage, and helped with my overall mental health and joy level. Try working to always be 30 minutes early, and see your stress level drop.
Meredith, M. (2018, April 8). Being on Time and Reducing Road Rage for Your Mental Health, HealthyPlace. Retrieved on 2019, June 20 from https://www.healthyplace.com/blogs/livingablissfullife/2018/04/being-on-time-and-reducing-road-rage