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7 Mindless Habits That Are Making You Unproductive At Work
When you get distracted at work, you lose valuable focus. A researcher at the University of California, Irvine, who studied this problem told Fast Company that workers who are interrupted by phone calls and emails need an average of about 23 minutes to get back on task and end up feeling more stress and frustration than their peers.Sometimes, interruptions that distract you are coming from unreasonable bosses or chatty co-workers checking in. But often, these distractions come from mindless habits that are sabotaging your productivity – and that you instinctively repeat. The first step to breaking a habit is identifying it. Here are some of the most common mindless habits to watch out for:1. You constantly check your personal phone when there is a lull “So many of my clients are guilty of sitting down at their desks and having their [personal] phone right next to them,” said time management coach Anna Dearmon Kornick. “And if a webpage is taking too long to load or they have a few seconds where they are just still, they have this compulsion to just reach for their phone and go into this almost zombie autopilot mode where you tap-tap over to those apps you use the most. For me, it’s always Instagram. And that can end up becoming a five-, seven-, 10-minute block of wasted time.” Instead of constantly losing time to social media rabbit holes, Kornick recommends you schedule “scroll time” in your day. “When you know that you have your little guilty pleasure phone indulgence scheduled, it makes you less likely to pick up your phone randomly in the middle of a project,” she said.  2. You do unrelated tasks that will “only take a second”One second you’re diligently chipping away at a task, and the next you find yourself online shopping, writing down a grocery list, calling for a dinner reservation and forgetting whatever you were supposed to be doing.“We have this mindless habit of doing whatever it is that pops up in our head, because we don’t want to forget it,” Kornick said. “We tell ourselves it will just take a second, but then one thing leads to the next.”Kornick recommends creating a “shiny thing list” of off-work tasks to keep your chunks of work time uninterrupted and to figure out what you can delegate, defer or handle later.Career coach Anyelis Cordero noted juggling multiple work and home demands is a common energy-draining problem people face while working remotely during the pandemic. That’s why she recommends working in distraction-free intervals.“I get more done in 90-minute focused work sprints than in three hours of mindless multi-tasking,” she said. 3. You open too many tabs on your browserIf you are guilty of hoarding tabs until your web browser is a cluttered mess, here is your warning: Each browser tab can represent one more pull at our attention.Adam Stiles, who invented browser tabs, previously explained to HuffPost that some of us cannot handle the freedom of unlimited tabs: “The invention gives people freedom. Perhaps it gives some people too much freedom.”If you find 20 open tabs stressful and distracting, use tab organizers like One Tab that turn all of your tabs into a list, or background managers like Tab Auto Close and Tab Wrangler that automatically close tabs after too much inactivity. 4. You impulsively check Slack and other work chat platformsChecking your work chats throughout the day is normal, but if you find yourself compulsively refreshing or checking your chats and immediately addressing every message that comes your way, you may be stuck in a common mindless habit.“Similar to text messaging, an impulse develops to view incoming updates, and that repeated habit can interrupt focus big-time, as well as cause scatterbrain,” said life coach Shanita Liu. When you make a habit out of responding immediately to notifications and work Slacks, it can also send a message that you are someone who will drop everything to handle someone else’s request or emergencies, creating more work for yourself.It sets “a precedent to team members that you will reply immediately,” Liu said, “which might suggest that chat is a better way to address non-urgent matters, as well as indicate that they can bypass using email to reach you quicker by chat.“To break this habit, “set boundaries with teammates so that they know when your focus cannot be interrupted,” Liu said. If your company uses Slack, try manually updating your status to “away.” If your co-workers have access to your calendar, block your calendar with “non-interruption” times, so they know you should not be contacted, Liu suggested.5. You start solving problems right away, before determining if they’re actually your problems to solveTanya Menon, a management professor at Ohio State University who researches work time-wasters, said that people who see themselves as experts can impulsively dive into being problem-solvers who make decisions based on what they know, which stops them from taking a step back to first check if addressing the problem is the best use of their time and resources. Menon said that people who see themselves as experts may “want the answer quick,” but in doing so, they narrow down the possibilities of how they can approach the problem.To be a better problem-finder, don’t look for solutions right away. First, ask yourself if solving it is your role, and welcome questions. Menon said an exercise she gives students involves asking them to brainstorm only questions about a problem, so they are “engaged in the process of finding the problem” instead of jumping to find answers.6. You assume you are rightNorma Reyes, a career coach who works with women to help them gain clarity on their next career moves, said one mindless habit she sees professionals repeat is when they believe they have mastered a part of their jobs and get stuck in a “fixed mindset” in which they become more resistant to change at work and use up their time and energy to fight it. “This can be maybe just nitpicking at the changes, maybe even rallying people around the changes, versus seeing that the change is necessary for a different reason,” Reyes said. 7. You schedule unnecessary meetingsOf the workers surveyed by Salary.com in 2012, 47% said “too many meetings” was their top workplace distraction. If you have a voice in how your company’s meetings are handled, question why you are having them and solicit regular feedback from attendees about length and usefulness. As meetings researcher Steven G. Rogelberg previously told HuffPost, “One of the things that I advocate is that a leader can think about their agenda not necessarily as topics, but as questions to be answered.”When meetings are mainly for distributing information, he suggests using other forms of communication. Related...What's Really Going On When You Say 'No Worries If Not'12 Ways To Sneak In Mental Health Breaks Throughout Your Day9 Common Nightmares – And Why They're Probably All About Work
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This 5-Minute Workout Helps You Feel Your Best, Without The Toxic Diet
You’re reading Move, the nudge we need to get active, however makes us happiest and healthiest.We all know that being overweight has knock-on health implications and belly fat in particular is linked to an increased risk of diabetes. But restrictive diets and gruelling exercise regimes will not help your body – or mind – longterm.Enter Jenny Hutchins, founder of JNY Personal Training, who specialises in weight management that’s empowering, not punishing. “Whether we are aware of it or not, we have all been affected by diet culture and its negative social constructs in one way or another,” Hutchins tells HuffPost UK. “That could be doing excessive amounts of cardio, taking part in the newest toxic fad diet or simply believing our body should look a certain way in order for us to feel worthy, to feel enough.”Hutchins says that a few years ago she was trapped in a “diet culture dungeon” herself, with negative self-talk, a lack of confidence and low self-worth impacting her life. Now, she’s on a mission to help others out of those dungeons. The Lincolnshire-based PT creates workouts that aim to leave clients feeling energised and strong. She wants to empower people to “look after their bodies and treat them with the love and respect they deserve, rather than shame them”.The five-minute workout below is designed to leave you feeling like the best version of yourself. Repeat is regularly for the biggest boost.  5 Exercises – 2 rounds of 20 seconds on / 10 seconds restDumbbell ThrusterDumbbell Renegade RowDumbbell Split SquatDumbbell Chest PressDumbbell Glute Bridge If you do not have access to dumbbells, then grab some water bottles or tins from the kitchen to complete this workout. Dumbbell thrusterStand with your feet slightly wider than hip width apart, toes pointed out at a 45 degree angle and dumbbells resting on your shoulders with elbows slightly in front of shoulders.Take a deep breath in through your nose as you descend into the squat, sitting back on your heels and ensuring that your chest is up, back is straight and knees are in line with your toes.Breathe out through your mouth as you push through your heels and push the dumbbells above your head.Return the dumbbells to resting on your shoulders and repeat for the full 20 seconds.Top tip: As soon as you start pushing through your heels and coming out of your squat, push up with your arms into that shoulder press. Remember to keep it as one nice fluid movement.Dumbbell renegade rowWith a dumbbell in each hand, put yourself into a plank position with your arms straight, core engaged and feet hip width apart and on your toes.Make sure that you’ve shifted your body forward by pushing through your toes so that your shoulders are directly above your hands.Take a deep breath in through your nose and as you breathe out through your mouth, drive one of your elbows back, keeping your arm close to your body and squeeze your back at the top of the movement. Slowly return to the starting position and repeat on the other side. Alternating arms for the full duration of the 20 seconds of work. Top tip: If you do not have access to dumbbells, then you can still perform this as a bodyweight movement by having your palms face down on the floor at the bottom of the movement instead of holding onto dumbbells. Dumbbell split squatWith a dumbbell in each hand, position yourself with one foot on the edge of a stable bench or chair and the other foot out in front with toes pointing forward.Remember to point the toes of the back foot and keep your ankle straight throughout this movement.Keep your chest and head up and core engaged as you breathe in through your nose and descend into the squat by driving your back knee down and back towards the bench.As you breathe out through your mouth, drive through the heel of your front foot to return to the starting position, remembering not to over-lock your knees at the top of the movement. Perform the full 20 seconds of work on one leg in the first round and then the full 20 seconds of work on the opposite leg during the second round.Top tip: Remember to sit back into this movement if you can, you don’t want your front knee to travel past your toes, so really focus on driving that back knee down and back towards that bench.Dumbbell chest pressLying on the floor with a dumbbell in each hand, position the dumbbells above your chest with your arms straight.Take a deep breath in through your nose and lower those dumbbells towards your chest, keeping wrists and forearms upright and not allowing the dumbbells to fall in towards your body.As you breathe out through your mouth, push the dumbbells back up to the starting position, remembering not to over-lock your elbows at the top of the movement. Perform for the full 20 seconds of work.Top tip: As you lower the dumbbells down towards your chest, make sure your elbows are tucked in towards your body at a 45 degree angle, this will help to protect your shoulders from any possible injuries. Dumbbell glute bridgeLying on the floor with your feet and knees hip width apart and a posterior tilt in your pelvis, position a dumbbell on your hips.Take a deep breath in through your nose and as you breathe out through your mouth, push your hips up by pushing through your heels and squeeze your glutes at the top of the movement.As you lower your hips and return to the starting position, take a deep breath in through your nose, ready to perform the next rep as soon as you’ve reached the bottom of the movement.Remember to keep a posterior tilt in your pelvis throughout this movement, this is where the hollow of your back is in contact with the floor at the bottom of the movement, so that you are unable to get your hand underneath your back.Perform for the full 20 seconds of work.Top tip: To make this exercise that bit more challenging, add a resistance band to just above your knees, but remember to keep pushing out against the resistance band throughout to ensure your knees are in line with your feet and hips. Move celebrates exercise in all its forms, with accessible features encouraging you to add movement into your day – because it’s not just good for the body, but the mind, too. We get it: workouts can be a bit of a slog, but there are ways you can move more without dreading it. Whether you love hikes, bike rides, YouTube workouts or hula hoop routines, exercise should be something to enjoy.Related...Why Exercise, Not Dieting, Is The Key To A Longer LifeWant To Improve Your Flexibility? Try This 5-Minute Stretch RoutineThis 5-Minute Mobility Workout Will Banish Everyday StiffnessThis 10-Minute Routine Is The Perfect Morning Pick-Me-Up
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21 Inspired Gifts For People Who Love The Great Outdoors
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