20 Aug, 2015
It turns out having a short commute is more important to Londoners than pretty much everything, including sex or their earnings. According to a survey of over 10,000 Londoners by Time Out, one of the largest factors that related to improved wellbeing was a short commute.
Wellbeing was on average 8.3 per cent higher among people with a short commute; more important than having had sex in the past week, calling their family or earning more than average wage.
Read the rest: Short commutes better than sex, Londoners actually say