How to Be More Productive in Less Than Five Days

Sometimes it can seem that Type A people are innately productive and there is nothing that us Type B people can do. But fear not, everyone! No matter what kind of “type” people claim to be, anyone can do small steps to make themselves more productive, less overwhelmed and happier overall! Here is the list of how to be more productive in less than five days (in just over five ways - ha!).


Make Your Bed:

Clean house, clean mind. By starting your day off by making your bed, you are starting your day off on the right side of the bed so to speak. It helps you feel calm and collected. Plus, who doesn’t love coming home to a bed that was made earlier that day?

Eat Breakfast:

“Breakfast is the most important meal of the day” is what we are told ever since we were younger. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day because it starts your day off with nutrients and energy that increase concentration in the work setting. It also helps promotes maintaining a healthy weight (we won’t complain about that, right?). 


Make Time for a Morning Workout:

Starting your day with a workout allows you to feel accomplished right as your day is beginning. This will allow you to enter work with a fresh mind and positive attitude.  

Write it Down:

Writing down our to-do lists is proven to lower anxiety and help us tackle the tasks that we need to get done that day. Writing things down act as a visual reminder and motivator to keep us on task and more likely to complete tasks.

Download it!

Download the app called Procraster which allows you to identify mental roadblocks that enable you to procrastinate. By getting to the root of the problem, this app will give you advice to help overcome the reason why you are procrastinating. It also allows you to break big projects into shorter, more realistic goals which helps motivate you to complete them.

Inbox By Gmail


Inbox By Gmail combines your emails along with to-do lists. Not only does it contain both of those crazy organizational tools. It also has ways to set reminders or have certain emails return back to your inbox when you want them to.

If you start applying any one of these one at a time you can make it into a habit, and there is no doubt that you can make yourself the most productive version of yourself yet!

Anne Martin
Anne Martin


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