This might seem like a waste of time, but making your bed every morning conditions you into liking your environment to be organized! Start out small and turn this into a habit. This also conditions you into accomplishing small tasks without putting them off/questioning them, thus eventually preventing you from procrastinating in other tasks too.
This ensures you don't forget anything from the time you clock out until the time you clock back in and saves you time the next day from going through what needs to be done!
This can be a slippery slope because often we find ourselves taking too many breaks under the guise of "clearing our heads." Take a break when you deserve it! Download inKin and try a fitness challenge in between your tasks! As you're working, the idea of an upcoming break will give you something to look forward to and motivate you to finish your work.
The easiest way to have a clear mind at work ready to take on the day is by investing in a full night's sleep. Having 7-9 hours of sleep on average every night helps you concentrate and strengthens your memory, mathematical capacity, and logical reasoning! To learn more about the importance of sleep, download our free ebook here.
The food we put into our bodies affects our physical appearance and our internal and mental states. Junk food and fast food may cause you to feel groggy and cognitively slower during your workday in comparison to, for instance, a nutritious and well-balanced meal. Incorporate more fruits and vegetables into your diet and notice the difference you'll feel in your energy levels and your ability to concentrate!
In short, it can be challenging to get back into the swing of your 9-5 workday after the flexibility many of us experienced during the holidays. From relaxing between Thanksgiving through New Year's Eve, you might be struggling to get your groove back. Use these tips to knock out your workday and accomplish what you set out to achieve!
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