May 19

A Few Tricks To Help Work Productivity

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We all aim to be productive as possible at work but some days it’s harder to get there. Especially through all we’ve endured in the last year, burnout is a factor. If you notice you’re lacking in the motivation department, we want to give you a few tips to get out of your rut and get your projects done! 

Switch Tasks With Focus 

It’s easy to slide from task to task, not getting each of them done but just trying to feel like you’re at least making progress. Telling yourself that you won’t switch tasks until you finish the one you want to focus on can help your productivity. And once you cross that task off, you’ll feel great! 

Schedule Time To Create Your Weekly To-Do List 

Setting yourself up with your to-do list can help keep you on track throughout the week and prioritize the projects that need to get done. Writing down due dates and things you need to remember are so important because you never know what curveball can be thrown at you during your workweek.  

Create A Cozy Workspace 

Do your best to make your office space a sanctuary. Whether that be putting pictures up of your loved ones, a comfortable cushion/chair, or adding your personality to your space. Making your space feel like your own will translate into feeling comfortable and help it become a spot where you can get your best work done.  

It’s important to remember that you can’t be productive every second of every day and don’t be too hard on yourself if you get a little behind. But doing these few things can hopefully get you back on track!  

Lexi Braicovich
Marketing Coordinator

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