Sunday is almost over! Ready for Monday?

5 productivity tips you can follow

Sunday is the best day to relax after all five days of hard work, and an entire day of partying or going out with friends, pampering yourself as a pretense of self-love to convince yourself that all those spendings are worth it lol jk. You do you. But Sunday is perhaps the only day that you get to actually rest from all the buzz that’s going on in your life.

Whnn the day slowly dies down and Sunday is almost over, Monday is inevitable, and going back to work is definitely happening.

To make your work life easier and get a lot of things done, I have 5 productivity tips for you to keep slaying everyday!

  1. Prioritize your tasks. 🗒️
    Make a list of all the tasks that you need to complete and prioritize them based on importance and urgency. Is it something that needs to be done ASAP? Or can I just sit on it for a bit?

  1. Take breaks
    Taking breaks can help you stay focused and avoid burnout. It’s always better to recharge now and then, especially when you feel like you’re out of ideas. When I’m writing and I get stuck, I just stand up and things would get better from then on. It’s like my mind is unclogged.

  1. Use the Pomodoro technique
    It means working for 25 minutes and taking a 5-minute break. After four 25-minute work, take a longer break of 15-30 minutes. It keeps you hyper-focused on what you are doing and helps you reach optimal productivity. And when you feel like you are getting tired, then it’s time for a break. I tend to work like this. Work in long streak minutes, and then take breaks. I didn’t know this is a valid technique until today.

  1. Eliminate distractions
    Turn off notifications on your phone to avoid distractions. You can get easily distracted when your phone’s always buzzing. I turn on Focused mode on my laptop whenever I’m working. This way, all nonwork-related apps would cease to notify me about things I don’t need for work.

  1. Go to sleep, mothafucka
    Sleep is very important in getting to experience the best quality of (work) life. Otherwise, you’d have to go get coffee constantly but still lags behind productivity because you’re always tired and you are always thinking about going to sleep. So just sleep

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