Working for a living can be tough, but it’s mandatory for many of us. But as the days, weeks, months, and years roll by, we sometimes find ourselves slipping into a slump, which decreases our activity, productivity, and even our mental health.
Love or hate your job, sometimes we all need a little change of scenery. In fact, that might be just the thing you need to boost your productivity levels throughout the day.

1. Take a Break  

No matter how busy you are or what you are tasked with, don’t forget to take periodic breaks. Go out and grab an afternoon coffee or go for a walk. Taking a breath of fresh air will help to ease tension clear your mind, and give you the ability to think clearly and even problem solve better.

2. Boost Creativity

Not only can changing your work environment help you boost productivity, it can also help you boost your creativity. Changing your work environment and work scenery can help you to be more open-minded and even “think outside the box”.

3. Fine Tune and Focus

Sometimes breaking away from a busy work environment can do more harm than good. For example, if you work in a office that is busy, loud or otherwise disruptive, then breaking away and working in more of a quiet, secluded place might be what you need to shut the world out, focus, and get things done.

4. Minimize Distractions

You might be surprised to discover what you can get done by simply minimizing distractions. Whether that is turning off your phone or text messages, staying off social media, putting up an automated message on your instant message program or email, find out what your biggest distractions are during the day and do what you need to do to minimize them.

5. Set Time Limits

Once you have found your own place of quiet and solitude, it’s time to set time limits to get certain tasks done. Start with the hardest task or the task you dislike most first. Set time limits for each task, and then watch the day fly by as you get things done!

6. Plan a Working Vacation

It might sound silly but sometimes planning a few days, a long weekend or even a week away to the beach might be all you need to change your scenery (if your job permits this flexibility, of course).
Of course not everyone’s job allows for them to up and hop a plane or jump in the car and drive to wherever, but even making the tiniest changes to your work environment can make a huge impact on your productivity and creativity—and it can even be easy on your mind. In fact, you might even feel like a brand new person!
If you have a job where you are confined to a specific office (and you might even feel “chained” to the desk, so to speak), then it doesn’t mean you are out of luck.
You can do simply things like have your office walls painted, redecorated, add some plants to your desk, reorganize your supplies or even your office furniture. Sometimes even those small changes can make a world of a difference.
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