So you’re having difficulty getting through the day in one productive piece. Don’t worry; you’re not alone. We’ve all been there.
For many people, the hours after lunch, between 12 and 4 p.m., are a void in which time slows, and productivity falls. People find themselves scrolling through their social-media accounts rather than staying focused on the task at hand because their bodies feel like falling asleep.
Here are ten ways to avoid your afternoon slump and stay productive all day long.
1. Know your body's tendencies
For some people, by the time 3:00 p.m. hits, their body starts telling them it's time to check out. Your body may crash earlier or later than that. Start taking notes about how you feel at different times during the day and arrange your tasks accordingly. If you're very productive in the morning, schedule tougher tasks first--or do the opposite if it takes you a while to get moving.
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