5 tips for a successful working day

Roughly, we spend a third of our lives with our work. That’s a lot of time, don’t you think? Therefore it’s super important that we keep our work-life positive af! After all, our job is a big part of our lives, whether self-employed or not. To keep the balance, it’s significant that we don’t feel completely drained and unhappy when we come home from work.

Today I have some super easy and effective tips for a successful and productive working day. Yay! These tips will make your work-life more positive, productive and enjoyable. Do you have any more tips you find helpful? Feel free to let us know in the comments! 🙂

1. Create a daily to-do list 

Before your start anything at your desk, you should write down a list of your goals and tasks for the day. What tasks do you need to do today? Sort your list by priority and urgency or use a color scheme. 

2. Start the first hour of your working day with simple tasks

Don’t get into work immediately in the morning, slow things down in the first hour. Grab your list and find an easy task. I personally like to answer emails first thing in the morning or do some research for new articles, plan outfits for upcoming events or shootings. 

3. Complete the most difficult tasks in the morning

Now that you had your first coffee and your list right in front of you; pick the most unpleasant and difficult tasks on your list. I know it sucks but if you finish those things before noon, you will feel amazing! Statistically, we are more productive in the morning, which is why you should kick ass before lunch. It will motivate you! 

4. Work-life routine

I am a big fan of routines. I love to integrate routines in my daily life. Especially in difficult areas such as nutrition, sports, getting up, etc., it is totally helpful to develop a routine. But also during workdays, it can be super practical to have a fixed routine and to stick to it. Write your routine on a piece of paper and hang it right in front of you at your workplace. You can start very small, set a note every hour that will remind you to drink, stretch a little, or open the window. Believe me, this will improve your work quality, productivity, and happiness a lot!

5. Digital detox after work!

To separate your work life and private life and to keep a balance; do a little digital detox every day after work. When you come home, put away your mobile phone, laptop, tv, and co. Go offline for a little and instead read a book, cook a little or do something that doesn’t involve technology or social media. I always feel great and calm when I do that.

I hope you like my tips. Did you see my article about 10 tips to be more productive?

You like this article? Show some love! 😊

You Might Also Like

Leave a Reply

5 Comments

  • Reply
    Tina - Styleappetite
    26. January 2017 at 14:16

    Wirklich schöne Tipps, mir geht es ähnlich wie dir und ich versuche ebenfalls knifflige Aufgaben auf den Vormittag zu schieben 🙂 Und digital detox sollte ich mir abends noch mehr zu Herzen nehmen – als Blogger ist man einfach zu viel/ zu oft online und guckt noch hier und da 😉
    Das Headerfoto gefällt mir auch supergut <3

    xxx
    Tina
    http://styleappetite.com

  • Reply
    Neele
    26. January 2017 at 17:36

    Vielen Dank für die tollen Tipps! Besonders die To Do Listen helfen mir persönlich auch sehr. In meinem Fall ist es besser die schwierigen Dinge am Nachmittag zu erledigen, denn ich bin ab 16 Uhr am produktivsten. Aber da hat ja jeder seinen eigenen Biorhythmus. Mir hilft es außerdem alles, was mir einfällt, sofort aufzuschreiben. So habe ich es aus dem Kopf und vergesse dennoch nichts.

    Liebe Grüße aus Freiburg

    Neele vom Modeblog Justafewthings.de

  • Reply
    Fee
    26. January 2017 at 18:11

    Danke für deine tollen Tipps 🙂 Ich arbeite auch super gerne mit kleinteiligen To Do Listen!

    Alles Liebe,
    Fee

  • Reply
    Jessica
    26. January 2017 at 19:24

    I definitely agree with you! Having a routine might seem boring at first but it’s essential x

    Jessica

  • Reply
    nathalie
    27. January 2017 at 0:32

    ein sehr schöner & interessanter beitrag 🙂