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How To Take Better Breaks To Boost Your Productivity

Published on 7/24/2017
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How To Take Better Breaks

To Boost Your Productivity







You’ll never be the best you can be

if you aim

to be 100 percent work productive

all the time.

We all need to take work breaks

to help maintain motivation

and avoid burnout.


The break must actually be

a break from work and work-related stuff.


we should remember

that we need to rest our eyes.


This means

stepping away from your computer,

dropping all work related cares


engaging in some relaxing activity.





A study found

that the optimal amount of time for breaks

is about 12 percent of the workday.

Short intermittent breaks

were found to be better 

than one or two long breaks.


If we take 12 percent

and apply it to an 8-hour work day,

then we get about 58 minutes of break time.



As an example:

work for about 1.4 hours

take five breaks of about 12 minutes each

would do the trick.


To be relieved of work stress,

# we need to not work

# do something enjoyable.





Studies on at-work breaks,

and what makes them effective

suggest breaks should be

# short,

# intermittent, and

# enjoyable.


If you find it difficult

to walk away from your computer at break time

there is help available.


There are several free apps that can be used

to help keep you on track

with your work breaks.


Goals On Track suggests trying

the browser based app

Strict Workflow.






sometimes it helps to have

an external source.



Better breaks,

Improved productivity.





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