How to force yourself to work after the holidays
Any holiday, unfortunately, tends to end someday. And no matter how long our free time is, but after rest, the body does not like to enter into a working rhythm. The temperamental Spaniards even came up with their own definition for this – the syndrome of working decapitation.
During the holidays, the body loses the habit of a well-established working regime: we go to bed late and wake up late, sometimes we sit up with friends even until the morning and by no means over a glass of sparkling water, and, of course, we completely forget about the upcoming production worries. But since tomorrow you will have to wake up again at the call of the alarm clock, try to go to bed early in order to somehow alleviate your morning suffering.
Think about what you would like to change: wear something new, get a different hairstyle, or at least get some fresh stationery. The element of novelty brings variety to the daily routine, and you will not be so dreary to start all over again.
Psychologists say that our thoughts and moods are greatly influenced by words. Say to yourself, and even better out loud, words about how and why you like your work.
On the way to work, remember all the best things about your work, in any case, at least imagine what benefits it can bring you. If possible, immediately try to plan your upcoming working day, remembering to set aside a few short but pleasant rest breaks.
Professional psychologists are sure that people, appearing at their workplace after the holidays, will better get into a working rhythm if they immediately share their impressions of the past vacation. Firstly, the work will not seem so gloomy and boring, and, secondly, when this topic is exhausted, your work will no longer be interrupted by another story about the rest.
Put things in order on your desktop, plan work for the near future. Making plans is unlikely to tire you too much.
Don’t expect great results from your work on the first day. Do the best you can without forcing or pushing yourself. A strong overload on this day can affect the performance of work in the following days.
Fight new tension with a variety of relaxing exercises that are performed directly at the workplace. Let your small but useful warm-up consist of very simple exercises: squats, flexion-extension of arms and legs, turns of the torso and neck, etc. These movements have a positive effect on muscle tone and invigorate the body as a whole.
And push back the serious work for the next few days.
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