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How to Feel Better at Work When Your Personal Life is a Mess?

  • March 29, 2017

Sometimes you got the filling that your whole world is falling apart, but you have to go to work and there no chance to get a day off.  In these situations helps some small tricks that will help you to stand up, smile and sloppy another day at work. Maybe your work is an escape that you need to forget about everything.

 

 1.Expand your working area

You fall apart from the inside, but you must shine from outside. It’s not that hard if your work is viewed as an escape from reality. You should focus on something happy and positive, such as talking with your employees. In addition, expand the circle of close associates with whom you can go to a coffee or spend a lunch break talking about completely different things. You will notice that it is much nicer when you meet a new friend!

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2.Take anti-stress therapies in the workplace

There are companies where you have the opportunity to visit the gym or yoga classes during the work. So, if you work in one of this kind of companies that you should use this chance to relax and relieve stress.  Also, always at your desk let us find good coffee and delicious dessert because that is an instant solution to all problems.

 

 

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3. Focus on something else

Take the opportunity to start a new project, to come up with a new idea or just to find an activity that will further inspire you for taking your mind off the private chaos. That really helps in these situations.

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4. Get involved

Literally in everything! In all activities in and outside of work, such as hobbies, clubs, cafes … in everything that will give you a chance to get closer to colleagues, to keep cheerful talk, to eat, to drink something, to socialize and to breaks from work. It will relax you and you will notice that nothing more you burden. Who would have thought that the work can be such therapy?

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