Staying Motivated Through the Workweek

Spending half of your time awake at work throughout the week can understandably be draining on some people. Come Wednesday or Thursday, most people just can’t wait for the weekend to come and relieve them of their time in the office. That doesn’t need to be the case, though - there are some wonderful ways that you can stay motivated all week long and not feel as though the your every moment is spent in anticipation of the weekend.


Spend Some Time on Yourself

You don’t necessarily have to spend hours in solitude trying to figure yourself out or anything like that, but a few minutes of silent contemplation every now and then can really do wonders for how you feel about yourself. This also doesn’t mean you need to meditate (which is also a good option if you’re up for it), but get a pedicure, take yourself out to lunch at a sit-down restaurant or just veg out in bed watching some guilty pleasure on Netflix.


Participate in Creative Activities

If you haven’t done something creative lately just for the sake of creativity, give it a go - the experience can be quite cathartic and give you something to look forward after work every day. Not sure where to start? Try everything! Writing, painting, crafting, woodworking… eventually you’ll find something that clicks well with you.


Healthy Eating and Fitness Work Wonders

Okay, we get it, we talk a lot about eating right and tracking your meals, but there’s a good reason for that - healthy living in general will make you a happier person overall. Whether you’re not eating right or aren’t getting enough exercise, fixing either of those deficiencies can have a major impact on your ability to tackle the workweek. For an even bigger boost to your mood (and to live a longer life), both eat better and spend some time being physically active to the best of your ability.

No matter what path you decide to take when it comes to keeping motivated and staying on task, just know that you got this!

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