We all know that our morning routine helps to set the tone for the rest of the day. A good one can help to improve your mood, reduce stress and anxiety, boost productivity, as well as give you more energy.
But sometimes things that are out of your control – like delayed trains or jam-packed buses - can ruin all the hard work.
But it doesn’t have to be that way.
For the next in our commuter routes reimagined, we look at how you can turn the journey from Battersea to bustling city centre Soho on its head and rediscover the capital’s potential.
Begin by heading past the peaceful green fields of Battersea Park to cross over Chelsea Bridge, making sure to stop and take in the views of the impressive Battersea Power Station as you do. Continue the ride up to luxurious Sloane Square and on through Belgravia until you reach historical Wellington Arch, the original entrance to Buckingham Palace and centrepiece of Hyde Park Corner.
Continue the journey riding alongside the city’s quiet refuge, Green Park, before arriving at the thick of the action, London’s West End. Turning left, you’ll explore the vibrant and energetic streets of Soho until you reach your final stop at the office.
Ready to get stuck in?