The middle of the week always calls for a little extra motivation, which is why we’re going to help you get through hump day as smoothly as possible.
The best way to stay productive when you’re only halfway done? Take a break! We love to stalk Twitter in our free time (for useful purposes, of course). So there’s nothing wrong with taking 20 minutes for yourself, whether that means watching puppy videos (Husky Puppy Cam is my personal favorite) or taking a walk around the block. You’d be surprised how much better—and more productive—you’ll feel when you step away from your work for a second.
For more productivity tips, check out the tweets we’ve collected while perusing Twitter.
Having a bad day? Smile. When you smile, you encourage others to smile-it's contagious! A happy worker is a productive #worker.— Erin Kennedy, CPRW (@ErinKennedyCPRW) October 12, 2015
Take time every day to reflect on the big picture. This helps adjust your priorities #productivity— Toggl (@toggl) October 12, 2015
"Nothing is less productive than to make more efficient what should not be done at all." Peter F. Drucker— Vito La Fata (@vitoglafata) October 12, 2015
Defining your career goals will help you make necessary steps toward a satisfying work life. What are your goals? pic.twitter.com/EFgmg8XVv0— Melva @Career Coach (@thecareercoach) October 8, 2015
Most people can only be extremely productive in 20 minute slots.Take 2 every 20 mins to rest your eyes & stretch your legs #ProductivityTips— MyOnlinePA (@MyOnlinePA) October 12, 2015
Did I miss anything? Tweet me your Wednesday motivation!
Photo of hiker courtesy of ShutterStock.
Previously an editor for The Muse, Alyse is proud to prove that yes, English majors can change the world. She’s written almost 500 articles for The Muse on anything from productivity tips to cover letters to bad bosses to cool career changers, many of which have been featured in Fast Company, Forbes, Inc., CNBC's Make It, USA Today College, Lifehacker, Mashable, and more. She calls many places home, including Illinois where she grew up and the small town of Hamilton where she attended Colgate University, but she was born to be a New Yorker. In addition to being an avid writer and reader, Alyse loves to dance, both professionally and while waiting for the subway.More from this Author