6 Tips to Stay Productive During This Winter Season

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When the snow falls, the days get shorter, the nights get longer, and all you want to do is sit at home by the fireplace and hibernate until spring. But rain or shine, snow or bloom, life goes on and it is important to stay productive, even during the winter season. Here are a few tips to maximising your productivity during the chilly months. ☃️❤️


Does this polar bear remind anyone of themselves during the winter? 😆

Here are 6 tips to make yourself super productive during this season! 

Tips 1: Move and Get physical!

As in get physical, whether it’s exercise, going for a walk or taking the stairs at work. This will keep your mind, body and spirit lively, instead of nap-y.

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Tips 2:  Go outside!

Fresh air, daylight, sunshine and even grey skies – nature will revitalise you and reward you with something beautiful when you go outside. It’s also a good idea to step away from your work to give your brain a break and re-energise.

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Tips 3: Get enough sleep

Since it’s cold and flu season, make sure you do one of the best things you can to prevent being laid up for days at a time – snooze. Use the cozy season to your advantage.

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Tips 4: Set exciting goals!

Write down a handful of goals that you actually want to do – things that make that tail of yours wag throughout the weeks ahead. From creating a new presentation, to having coffee with someone new each week, to taking an art class. Give yourself some goals that you can root for!

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Tips 5: Eat !

These are the months where we’re temped to slip the most, but when healthful eating matters a lot. When you’re already feeling sluggish and then you throw sugary, rich foods on top of that, you’re lucky to even answer an email, right? This doesn’t mean you can’t have anything fun to eat – just make sure you’re getting a well-balanced meal .

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Tips 6: Don't hibernate

Remember the more you sleep, the more you would feel tired. Just make sure to get 6-8 hours of sleep. Avoid staying in bed all day, cause that will make you feel exhausted!

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