This is the first in a series on how to avoid feeling bad about your job when it comes to time management.
By now, you’ve probably been doing it all your life.
But now you may have a new perspective: Your job is a constant source of stress.
Here are some tips to help you manage your time well.1.
Don’t get stuck in a rut.
When you are stressed, your brain releases endorphins that can help you feel better.
So if you get stuck and you’re not getting better, try switching things up.
Start with an exercise routine, such as walking briskly or doing a yoga class.
If you feel like it’s taking a toll, go back to work.2.
Use your schedule.
You can start to cut back on your work if you start to feel more productive.
It’s easy to get stuck when you’re busy, but don’t stop doing things because you’re tired.
Instead, find ways to use your free time to take care of other priorities, such like your child or a loved one.3.
Try a different routine.
Some people like to do things by the hour, others like to spend their evenings with friends.
You might even get a little creative.
For example, go to a coffee shop for a walk or take a walk on the beach.
If that’s more relaxing, you might even have a nice cup of coffee to share.4.
There are plenty of times when you need to take a break from work and have a drink.
Use the breaks you have to make up for lost time.
For instance, you can take time to write or to do a project that takes up a lot of your free-time.5.
Take a break to connect with your family.
Even if you have a great job, you may want to reconnect with your loved ones for a bit.
Consider getting some time together with your kids or a group of friends, or even a date with your partner.
And if you’re feeling a little lonely, try to get some friends together to hang out.6.
If your job keeps you from getting enough sleep, you could try practicing gratitude for a few minutes every day.
Practice being mindful of what you can do to help others, and how you can be more appreciative.7.
Use time wisely.
A lot of people spend too much time in the office.
But you don’t have to spend all your time at work.
Try to cut down on your use of your laptop, cell phone and other gadgets.
Try making time to work from home or by the computer, or to travel.
And remember that your job is only a part of the picture, so don’t be afraid to work on other things.8.
Take the time to be present.
The best way to stay connected with your work is to spend a little time on the phone, online or even by email.
And when you can, keep in touch with family, friends and colleagues.9. Don