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After a Public holiday, you totally have permission to feel a little sluggish when getting back to work. Late nights binge watching Netflix, video calls with friends and family followed by late mornings filled with your favorite breakfast, lunch and tea can really wear you out, but also have a way of making you wish times like these were year-round.

Here’s how to get through the holiday withdrawal during your first few days back in the office.

Take the breaks you need at work

In other words, don’t do what I did on my first day back in the office this morning. Instead of slogging it out without getting up to take a break, be sure to get up for a change of pace – your brain will thank you.

Be sure to eat on time, hydrate, and keep your blood flowing properly with brisk walks to break things up a bit during the workday.

Start planning something to look forward to — like your next vacation

There’s nothing like having something super-fun coming up in the new year. So why wait?

Organize for that trip you’ve been wanting to take for months (or even years) now. Get the ball rolling by doing some online research and to talk about options with friends and family, and surfing the web for ideas in your free time. 

It might seems difficult to have a next-trip under these circumstances but there’s nothing wrong to have some planning and things to look forward to!

 

Keep up with seeing friends and family more often in the new year

What did seeing your loved ones do for you? If you feel more centered and reminded of who you are and where you come from, you should seek more of this feeling in the new year — especially if you have big changes coming up at work.

Check your next-day-to-do-list before head to bed

I mean this in the least have a look at tomorrow’s work and due dates the night before, you will at least be prepared about what’s about to come, and you won’t feel anxious the next morning. 

Wake up slightly earlier as usual, have a nice coffee before the work starts will help you plan your day better. 

Sleep well 

Get yourself a nice warm bath and a glass of hot milk (plant based works too, I personally love almond milk) before you hit the sack. Lay on your bed and off your phone for 1 hour before your sleep time, read a book! 

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