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Add to your desk a fragrant plant and smell it when you feel stressed. Also, feeling their leaves lets you use a different part of your brain, and restores your attention to something natural, instead of lists and demands.
If you can’t have plants, looking out the window at trees or greenery.
If you can, spend your lunchtime doing more than just eating. That could mean walking, reading a book, or even watching a movie.
The goal is to get away from your desk, preferably out in the fresh air, and focus on something other than your work during your lunch.
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