Working in the modern age brings with it a variety of issues from balancing your professional life and home life to climbing the corporate ladder, and because of this it can often feel as if you’re running a bit ragged towards the end of the week. Kayla Matthews of Productivity Theory explores the ways in which you can take control of your mental health at work, and be happy and successful.
- A messy desk doesn’t do you any favors. Things are harder to find when your desk is messy, and that makes even simple tasks take longer to accomplish.
- Taking frequent breaks is essential — not only to your mental health at work, but also to your productivity.
- One of the best ways to expand your skillset is to learn from other people. Most workplaces are happy to help you learn new skills.
“At the end of the day, take 15 minutes to plan your schedule for the next day. It doesn’t have to be detailed, but a list of at least 3 major tasks to accomplish helps you stay prepared.”