If you're a Londoner, you're probably spending the majority of your day flapping about the impending tube strike.
But when the trains actually ARE running, are you paying any attention to those around you?
Step in 23-year-old blogger, Amy Dicketts, the brains (and beauty) behind Commute Blog, a website dedicated to getting to know the people you wouldn't even notice on your day-to-day journey.
Commute Blog is to London is what Humans of New York is to the Big Apple. It's all about getting to know the people around you, and understanding that everyone has their own story to tell, and we think it's brilliant.
Dicketts, who says she's 'naturally nosy', told Huffington Post UK: "I was inspired to start Commute Blog because I spent ages travelling the length of the Northern Line, and I thought there must be a more interesting way to pass the time than listening to my iPod."
She started taking photos of fellow commuters, and asking them for a surprising fact about themselves.
"People are more receptive than you'd think," she said. "Only a couple of people say no."
Does she have a favourite? Of course not. She said: "I think they're all my favourites, because each person is someone that has put their trust in a complete stranger and a completely mad idea and just gone with it.
"Everyone who features on Commute Blog is special to me."
Speaking about how taking photos of strangers on the tube has changed the way she thinks, Dicketts said: "It's made me even more friendly. I'm usually the first one to smile at someone else on the tube.
"Commute Blog has really given me an insight into the lives of the people I'm travelling with. I still get annoyed with tube novices who don't let people off the carriage before they get on though!"
Here are a few of our favourite stories from Commute Blog...