Pick a thing from your personal to-do list and accomplish it, it helps a lot.
Take a trip to your childhood
Ever watched kids play? Take note of how much vigour and energy that put into their play, yet, they end the day fulfilled and satisfied. Won’t it be great if you had such a rejuvenating spirit? It is possible; if you could remember what you loved best as a child. Listening to music, playing an instrument, reading a book- whatever it is… Incorporating it into your daily schedule could do the trick of easing the stress your work brings along.
Stop that procrastination
Go to dinner with an old friend
Volunteer for charity
Join a gym, take swimming lessons, play volleyball, go climbing- do anything that involves more of your physical manpower rather your mental strength. We spend way too much time behind the desk that we forget that our legs could also run. Personal, a day in the gym makes me think faster and makes me feel generally good.
Book that flight
Get enough sleep
Take it easy
Don’t let work get into you. Make out time for yourself to take a breather. If you feel your head is spinning, take a day off to get things organized. If things aren’t going according to plan, don’t stress. Devising ways to work smarter, and not necessarily harder, is a fantastic way of caring for yourself.