If you’ve reached this point, then it is likely that you feel at least a little overwhelmed sometimes. If you feel like that, the last thing we want to do is add to your overwhelm by adding “read long e-books” to your already heavy to-do list.
On this page we’ve pulled together a handful of our favourite “quick tips”, small things that you can implement easily into your day that will help to reduce the feeling of overwhelm and guide you back towards a better rhythm.
A simple method to balance your working time into manageable chunks
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Pen & Paper
Keep a notepad by your bed, that way when you can’t get to sleep because you are worried you might forget something – you can jot it down and get a better night’s sleep
Block out breaks and lunch times in your online calendar. That way no one can book you for a meeting, and you’ll get a reminder when it’s time to take a break
Swallow the Frog
When planning your schedule, try to do the most important thing first so you don’t have that task looming over you for the rest of the day
Walk to Work
Even when you are working from home – try to recreate your ‘walk to work’ – this gives you a chance to see daylight, get some exercise and plan your day
Tidy Your Workspace
The quote “clear desk, clear mind” is true – Research has shown that being in a cluttered environment makes it more difficult for us to concentrate