Amy writes, "Doing more with less seems to be the new normal. I work through breaks and lunch nearly every day to meet demands. Is there a better way?"
Many of us sit for hours at the computer believing it improves our productivity. The facts are in and working long hours without breaks is a recipe for stifling productivity.
Researchers have found that several breaks a day actually increase productivity. Breaks allow time for processing of new information which is critical to creativity and innovation.
How frequently should you take a break? Ten minutes every hour is ideal. It refreshes your body and mind and prepares you for the task ahead.
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