Your mid-afternoon dip isn’t a failing of willpower. It’s a function of biology. Learning how to respect work with your brain can give you the boost of productivity you desire in a more sustainable way.
When I can’t focus, my habitual conditioning is to “try harder” to reign it in. I’ve learned that this doesn’t work. It may seem counterintuitive, but zoning out is often the best way to hone in.
Your distracted mind is sending you a message: it needs a break.
Turns out that En Vogue was right. Free your mind, and the rest will follow.
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After feeling lightheaded yesterday and experiencing recurring headaches, I realized that I need to allow myself the appropriate time to heal. Even as the bruises and cuts heal on the outside, I don’t know what’s happening in my brain. The inside needs time to heal and recover. And as my cough lingers into its third […]