How To Leave Your Work At The Office

Your working life takes up so much of your time that often, it might feel like you live at the office. Making the most of your spare time is a great way in which to destress, switch off and gain some much needed perspective. With smartphones and digital devices, however, actually leaving the office can be a great more difficult than you might have at first realized and you can quickly find yourself logging onto your office emails, just to keep up with any developments. Leaving the office behind is essential for your well being and even though it’s hard, it is something that you need to do in order to fully relax. Want to really leave work at work? This might just be the key to getting started.

  1. Alter Your Route Home
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Want to gain a little extra alone time in which to decompress from the day at the office? Try taking the long way home. Going off course for an evening or 2 can give you the headspace in order to work through your tasks and compartmentalize the events of the office. By the time you get home, you can feel fresher and clearer, with the ability to focus on what is directly in front of you!

  1. Change The Subject
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If you live with someone else, try asking them about their day at the office when you go home. By drawing the attention to another person, you can focus your mind elsewhere and begin to forget about what might have happened at work. What’s more, by helping someone else work through their problems, you can gain necessary insight on your own! It’s all about multitasking.

  1. Turn Off Your Phone
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Removing yourself from the work space for a few hours can sometimes be as simple as flipping a switch. It can sometimes feel like people at the office won’t survive without your input but you have to trust that, for a few hours at least, they can do without your presence. Your time in the office should be dedicated solely to work but if you’re not always reachable in the evenings, it’s not the end of the world; you can simply pick it up at a later time.






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