I take the bus to school everyday and I have come to an annoying realization: taking the bus tires me. I came onto this realization last week when after a great day at work where things where moving smoothly along and that I was energized from it. I was making plans for the evening while waiting to catch my bus home. I get on the bus and less then 5 minutes later I find myself yawning and my eyes closing. At the time I guessed that it would go away when I returned home and go out of the bus but thinking back, I realized that I was never tired until I got on the bus.
Now this morning I had another confirmation of this energy draining effect, I was really looking forward to working, my things are advancing like I want them to, I have interesting result and I already know what I need to be doing for stuff to continue on. So I get on the bus and a few stops later all my energy his gone and I’m yawning the trip away.
I don’t know what the source of this “energy-draining field” but it’s really annoying and only seems to happen when I take the bus. However I must say I have far less data point for the effect of car transportation on my tiredness, I have enough to compare with walking and it is clear there is a deference, walking doesn’t tire me as much… well except for the fact that it would take me about 2 hours to get there.
So any of you ever experiences something like that? Any idea what might cause this effect? Or any solution (beside getting a car, I can’t afford it) to propose?