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5 ways to get over the midweek hump

Hello Wednesday! Hump day is doing the rounds once again so we thought that some midweek motivation was called for, to help get us all back on track. Check out our ideas:

  • Change up your routine

Have you noticed that your energy levels take a slump after lunch? If you usually spend the afternoon doing the same task, which takes longer than it should e.g. a weekly report, change it up. Instead, choose a task that is less taxing on the brain, then come back to the reporting when your energy levels are back up.

  • Organise something and make plans

Arrange to go out with friends or allocate some time on a Wednesday evening to do something you’ve been wanting to do for a while. This will help split the week up and it’ll give you something to look forward to.

  • Re-focus

As the week progresses, the things on your to do list do too. Take a bit of time out to analyse what you are doing and prioritise them so that you can refocus your goals and get stuck in with a clear vision.

  • Stay active

Exercising may be the last thing on your mind, but if you really struggle with hump day, fitting in just a short 30 minute gym session can help boost productivity and improve motivation and it’ll definitely be worth it in the long run.

  • Reflect

Think about why you’re feeling the slump every week. Is it a case of reorganising your tasks to fit with the natural slump, or is it because you just don’t find your job as enjoyable as it once was?

Yep, that’s where we come in. Be sure to check out what jobs are available in your area and industry. https://pos.li/29i4qb You can also sign up to our job alerts and let the jobs come to you.

We hope you find these tips useful in your quest to beat hump day! Be sure to let us (and the people of the world) know of any other ways we can get over the weekly slump on our Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn pages.

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