A stay reduces stress and stops circling thoughts. And the terpenes, i.e. the aromas of the forest, strengthen the immune system and protect against common civilization diseases. 26. Go out in the drizzle I like my weather like my tea: British. Nothing helps against the midday slump better than a light drizzle raining on your face. 27. Ride a bike ... and let the wind blow in your face. 28. Go to the water Do you live by the river, sea, lake (or an oversized puddle)? Off to the water! 29. Observe clouds Lie down on the grass or sit on a bench and look up. 30. Have a picnic Take your lunch outside and have a picnic. Break Type #4: Eating and Drinking 31. Drink a glass of water.
Have a cup of tea 33. Chopping and eating raw vegetables The recommended 5-10 servings of fruits and vegetables become child's play. 34. Nibble on a handful of nuts Grab a handful of nuts and let's go.Are you planning to cook a soup in the evening? How about cleaning and chopping carrots mobile number list celery and co. and preparing the broth? 36. Scrub and pre-cook potatoes for the next day Clean a batch of potatoes and precook them for the next meal. 37. Breakfast Eat your breakfast without scrolling through the feed or reading the news. 38. Lunch Dito. Plus: With a light high-protein lunch, the midday slump doesn't stand a chance.
Prepare and eat a salad And snibble something again and use your hands. There is nothing better to change your mind between two blocks of work. Try it! 40. Go to the ice cream shop Go to the ice cream parlor and get a big tub of spaghetti ice cream. (Of course not every lunch break, but maybe on a special day when there is something to celebrate?) Break type #5: Wellness & Selfcare You take care of everything and everyone and there is never enough time for you? How about establishing self-care as breaks? 41. Showers It doesn't necessarily have to be the morning or evening shower. If you don't have appointments, just take a shower in between. It refreshes and wakes you up.