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How To Have The Perfect Work Day

HOW TO HAVE THE PERFECT WORK DAY Every job has its ups and downs, but if you follow our plan for the perfect workday below, you'll not only get a lot done, you'll feel great doing it. The plan is based on a recent study that found working 52 minutes then breaking for 17 is the most productive way to structure your day. What you do with the rest of the tips is up to you! Wake up! Eat a Don't check breakfast email. high in healthy fats and proteins. Exercise before work. Set a schedule. Do least desirable Get a full 7-8 tasks first. hours of sleep. 9:00 AM- Swing by 10:00 AM • 9:52 AM 11:01 AM and socialize F3:00 AM with a colleague. 10:09 AM F 2:00 AM TIME SPENT... Have a 1:00 AM snack that's 11:18 AM 1 Socializing I Getting ready I Eating I Exercising I Working I Taking a break 11:00 AM - high in protein. Recording wins I Relaxing E 12:00 AM 12:00 PM - 12:10 PM I Bed time routine 1 Sleeping 1:00 PM - Go outside, lunch with a • Time each activity begins c-worker or Sleep time: Put the 2:00 PM - 11:00 PM O 11:00 PM 1:10 PM Tip exercise. smartphones 3:00 PM - away. 2:02 PM • 2:19 PM Have a 10:00 PM O 10:00 PM Meditate. routine that you do at the same time every day. Do desk yoga or a mini- Record wins workout. in a diary. Take a Eat at least power nap. three hours before you go Go to happy Look at cute Wrap up work to bed. hour or cat videos. and leave at a socialize with reasonable colleagues. time. THE HUFFINGTON POST Sources: Esquire, Popsugar, Quartz, Business Insider, Woman's Day, Career Builder, Inc., Fast Company, The Huffington Post, The New York Times,, Smithsonian Y 7:30 AM- • 7:00 AM - • 6:30 AM - FWV 00:8 F6:00 AM -5:00 AM 9:00 AM - E 4:00 AM 4:00 PM 3:11 PM- 3:28 PM 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM – 4:10 PM 4:37 PM E 9:00 PM 8:00 PM • 5:29 PM- O 5:46 PM • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM -7:30 PM 6:15 PM O 8:30 PM O

How To Have The Perfect Work Day

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You might think the perfect workday includes a promotion or a raise, or perhaps your evil boss getting fired. Sadly, such monumental events don't happen very often. The good news is that there are pl...


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