How to be Productive on Your Lunch Break!
How do you spend your lunch hour?
Do you go out for a daily lunch with your coworkers or do you spend the time being productive?
A good way to organize and focus your time is to run errands during your lunch break.
“Leaving your desk provides a physical separation between you and work so that you can take a moment to regroup before you continue with your day” according to Business Talent Solutions.
It’s amazing what can get done in just one hour.
Besides eating lunch, here are productive tasks you can do to practice self-care, on a lunch break away from the office:
- Take A Walk
- Visit the Nail Salon
- Go To A Doctor’s Appointment
- Gas Up The Car
- Grocery Shop
- Holiday Shop
- Get A Haircut
Taking a break away from the office helps to reduce fatigue and improve energy levels.
If you know you’ll be away on your lunch break, it’s a good idea to eat a nutritious and balanced lunch at your desk while you’re working, so you’ll have needed energy to complete your important tasks!
If you do stay in, it’s a great time to make personal phone calls, answer personal emails, pay bills, meditate or take a nap.
Make it a habit to accomplish important tasks on your lunch break, because you’ll free up time for your non-working hours!
The less you have to take care of after work or on weekends, the more time you’ll have to do the “fun” meaningful things.
What do you do on your lunch hour? Please leave a comment!
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