Sitting in traffic, on a cramped bus or train or battling the elements on your bike: a lot of people are absolutely not missing their morning commute.
But as things start to reopen and with more people going back to work, the commute will soon be a feature for people once again. And that could start to impact on our productivity.
A new study by Trinity College Dublin has found that a stressful commuting experience can impact on the way we work for the rest of the day.
Speaking to Dermot and Dave, Associate Professor in Organizational Behavior at Trinity Business School Wladislaw Rivkin, explained how the stress impacts on our workflow and what bosses can do to ensure that stressful mornings don't lead to problems later in the afternoon.
You can catch the chat in full by clicking play below