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A Little Hump Day Help

A Little Hump Day Help

18 Jan 12:00 by

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Don’t let Wednesday be your obstacle JUST to climb over for the weekend!  

Make it a day to reflect what has happened in your working week so far and set goals to achieve by

the end of the week. 

You can maximize your working week by following some of these simple tasks:

  • Restart by focusing on things you need to accomplish.

A restart is often the best move in order to stay energized and productive throughout the remaining days of the week.

  • Finish the hardest task first.

The most satisfying thing to cross off on your to-do list is the hardest tasks. If it is possible, a good thing to do is to try and tackle the hardest tasks first at the beginning of your working week. This way, easier tasks will be left to complete towards the end of the week.

  • Get up and out.

Get up and go outside to breathe some of that fresh air!  There is nothing more revitalizing than going outside and taking some deep breaths. More oxygen also brings  greater clarity to the brain, which needs twenty percent of our body’s oxygen to function. When you breathe fresh air you can automatically think better as compared to  when you remain inside a room for a longer period of time.

Consistency in the workplace is always something to strive for.  Regardless of the day, it is important that you are able to perform well. It is normal to get tired and feel stressed, especially if you try to start your week off by working a little harder.

To help get your through your week productively, it is important to try different methods on how you can reenergize yourself.   So give it a go!

HAPPY HUMP DAY EVERYONE! 

The secret of getting ahead is getting started. –Mark Twain