Bounce Back! How To Recover From An Unproductive Day


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First posted on Career Girl Daily

We’ve all been there – somewhere between waking up and 6pm, you’ve spent the whole day working but you’ve achieved nothing. Oh except the fact that you’ve watched 30 Facebook videos, scrolled all the way back to yesterday’s feed on Insta and you’re fully up to date with all the Kardashian news!

It doesn’t take away from the fact that you’ll have twice as much to do tomorrow. But how do you get motivated when you’ve got that kind of pressure looming? There’s no better time than a Sunday evening to recover from an unproductive day – here’s how!

1.

DON’T STRESS ABOUT IT

The world won’t pass you by because you lost a few hours in one day. It’s also likely that your lack of productivity is your body’s voice saying ‘I need a break!’ *insert crying emoji*. Don’t panic and don’t beat yourself up. It happens to everyone!

2.

MAKE A TO-DO- LIST

List and organize all your tasks onto paper to prepare yourself for a really productive new day. Doing this eases mental stress and gives you the satisfaction of knowing you’ll get tonnes out the way.

3.

FIND A MOOD MOTIVATOR

Now this is my favourite! Whether it’s a bacon and egg sandwich for breakfast or playing netball with the girls after work, give yourself something to look forward to! It keeps you motivated when the prospect of work weighs heavy.

4.

TIME YOUR TASKS

Time yourself to get tasks done. You’ll probably end up getting so stuck in what you’re doing that you’ll go over the time you set yourself, ha!

5.

GET SMALL THINGS DONE

Completing small tasks helps feed your motivation and well, makes you feel a lot better about yourself! So tidying your desk, shredding papers or doing the filing, it all adds up to productivity and clears your long list of things to do!

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