TRY A CALMING SCENT
For many, wafting scents can soothe the usual stress of thought blockages and procrastination, resulting in increased focus. Besides having a nice smell, essential oils like lavender and jasmine can actually give you all sorts of great natural boosts. Try a fresh smelling potted herb or plant, or simply add a scented candle. Aromatherapy could be just the trick you need to get your thoughts back on track.
BRING IN SOME GREEN
A desk or floor plant is a great way to add a breath of fresh air to your work space and create some visual variety when your eyes need a break from the screen.
Several studies show the benefits of office greenery extend far beyond the aesthetic.
TAKE MEANINGFUL BREAKS
When it’s time to take a break, most of us default to clicking over to Facebook for a while. But for a more productive way to recharge your batteries, try reading relevant articles to give you some inspiration, learning about new innovations in your field, or even better, go for a walk.
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A POT OF HERBAL TEA
It’s really important to make sure you’re taking in a lot of water during the day, and this isn’t just a summer thing at all. Even mild dehydration can create all sorts of health issues, from headaches to dizziness to lack of focus.
Herbal tea is a bit more exciting than water and they have so many health benefits. My favourite at the moment is Pukka Liquorice and Mint.