One of the hardest things to do is get back on track after you get back from holidays or after a long weekend. It's hard enough having to get up and go back to work on that first day, let alone having to actually accomplish work on top of not thinking about how you were just relaxing the day before and drinking 10 cups of coffee just to get you to lunch. Thankfully for us, there is a ton of tips and tricks we can use to ensure we never have those back to work blues.
Smile more: This sounds corny and will make a lot of people roll their eyes but, smiling more actually helps you cope better with stress, boosts your immune system, makes you happier and look younger. No one likes someone who constantly looks like they hate everything and everyone around them.
Respond to your emails in batches: When you get back to work and you see that huge number of emails that need to be responded to, it can feel like a huge weight on your shoulders that needs to be looked after as soon as possible. Responding to all of these emails at once can actually be counterproductive, and prevent you from doing things that actually need your
attention. Start small by answering 3-5 and then get more work done and reply to all of your emails throughout the day in smaller batches.
Nutrovape: Everyone needs a bit of a focus boost sometimes and Nutrovape Focus does just that. Using this product is the quickest and easiest way to make sure you get your head back in the game and ready to take on whatever your boss hurls your way to make up for last time.
Make a list of 3: The night before you go into work, make a list of the 3 things you know you will absolutely need to get done for the day. Then another list for the 3 things you know you will need to get done for the week. It's so much easier to tackle tasks if you break them down and have them in small to-do lists.
Holidays are great and you always enjoy the time you have off, don't be discouraged by heading back to work, your co-workers probably missed you and it's always fun catching up on workplace gossip when you get back.