Ways to Make Your Day More Productive

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Check Your Email: If you constantly check digital devices, email, and social media, it can cause stress and anxiety. For example, you may feel more pressure to start work earlier if you check your email first thing. Take some time in the morning to stay disconnected from digital media like email. It may take some effort at first, but it can make you happier and may even help you get more work done in the long run.

Start Your Day Without a Plan

If you start your day without a thought to why you do what you do. You may lose sight of what you’re trying to achieve and what gives your life meaning. Whether it’s work, family, or lifestyle, it’s important to figure out. What’s most important to you and make sure the things you do each day help you get there. Set priorities, make a list, and check your progress at the end of the day. 

Dwell on the Day’s Problems

Once you’ve got a plan to tackle the day’s problems. Let them go and take a moment to be grateful for the good things in your life. People who do this are often happier, healthier, and more satisfied in their relationships, especially compared to those who focus on their problems. Write it in a journal or just list them in your head — what matters most is that you do it.

Forget Quiet Time

If your day is filled with work and noise. The morning is a perfect chance to clear your mind with even a few minutes of meditation. You can simply focus on your breath and try to let go of thoughts that come up. The practice can lower levels of the stress hormone cortisol and may help ease conditions including anxiety, pain, high blood pressure, insomnia, and migraine headaches.

Bail Out of Breakfast

People who eat breakfast regularly tend to have sharper thinking and less body fat. And they are less likely to have type 2 diabetes and heart disease. They also exercise more regularly and eat a healthier diet. So enjoy a healthy breakfast — it’s an easy and enjoyable way to get a good start on the day.

Eat Too Sweet

Doughnuts and other sugary pastries made from white flour have little nutrition and get into (and out of) your blood too quickly. That can leave you tired, irritable, and hungry for more. Protein from eggs or cottage cheese and “complex carbs” with more fiber and nutrition — oatmeal or other whole grains, fruits, and vegetables — take longer to digest, satisfy your hunger, and provide a slow steady stream of energy.

Skip the Sunscreen

It can help protect your skin against cancer and wrinkles caused by UV rays that you’re exposed to whenever you’re out in the sun, even if it’s cloudy. It’s best to put it on about 15 minutes before you go outside. That’s how long it takes your skin to absorb it.

You need to put it on again after just 2 hours. If you’re still in the sun, or sooner if you sweat a lot or go swimming 🙂 🙂

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