Make a list of remaining tasks

There are some projects that we aren't able to finish in a day, but luckily for us, there's always a chance to finish it tomorrow.

So whatever task you have left from work, jot it down so you won't forget about it.

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Do something physical

Either you just take a walk around the block for 15 minutes or have an extreme workout session at the gym, it can help get your mind off of work.

Sometimes its better to get your blood going, stretch your limbs, and transition into relaxation mode.

After a long day of working, call a friend and just share laugh with them. Or just have an intimate conversation with your significant other.

"A simple video call with your loved ones is just a humanizing feeling, it helps us reconnect and regenerate the jolt to put the workday behind."

Another day has passed and it's time to wind yourself down again. Meditation changes our state of mind. It can energize you, soothe calmness into you, or even both. It allows our bodies to become present in the moment.

If meditation isn't for you, there are other ways to sooth yourself like the box-breathing method, or yoga.

Everyone who's been to a spa knows how relaxing the atmosphere of the place. You can do that too at home by lighting an aromatic candle, lights down low, some calm relaxing music playing in the background, and a diffuser with green tea and bamboo oil is scenting up the place.

De-stress yourself with those and include a little stretching here and there, but don't forget to drink your water.

Work hours are up! It's time to get some relaxation going and it's harder to relax with constant buzzing from your work e-mail and it's extremely tempting to check them.

Practice "Out of sight, out of mind."

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