Maximise These 4 Parts Of Your Day

Maximise These 4 Parts Of Your Day

  1. Use the morning commute to clear out your emails and prepare for your meetings that day.
  2. Turn the morning coffee run as a time to check in with colleagues and chase up outstanding work face to face.
  3. Change lunchtime into exercise time and burn some calories. Then you don't have to go to the gym in the evening.
  4. Finally, use the evening commute to meal plan, message friends and family and catch up on the latest podcast.
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