Pack a snack.
If you’re tired and need an energy boost, always pack a snack to give you more
energy. Try to pack something different every day or week, so you have a new
snack to look forward to. When choosing a snack, try to go for something that
contains natural sugars, like fruit, so that you don’t crash later. You can
also schedule your mid-morning or mid-afternoon breaks around your snack times,
so you can also take a walk downstairs to your cafeteria or outside of the
premises (if your company allows that). A quick break-time walk may give you
just the right energy boost you needed.
Finish important steps of your current project,
then work on something different for a little bit.
Ask for new projects to break your routine.
If you feel that you’re not being challenged by your workload, you can always ask for new projects. In any business, there is always work to be done, and asking for new assignments will show initiative, passion, and drive. It will also help break your daily routine and allow you a chance to build new skills, or enhance current skills. You can even brainstorm on project ideas, create proposals, and see if you can present them to management. Working on projects that come from ideas you’ve generated will give you the chance to have creative input, which will allow you to leave your personal stamp on the work you’re doing.
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