Career Development: Out to Lunch
Fast Company has an interesting article about things that successful people do at lunch … and it’s not working through it.
It’s easy to forget that we have the opportunity to make lunchtime an invigorating boost to our afternoons by doing things we enjoy like taking a brisk walk in nature or sharing a meal with a friend. It’s only an hour a day so it easily slips away, but it adds up to five hours over the entire week – five hours of your life that you won’t get back.
The Fast Company article offers five alternatives to sitting at your desk that increase productivity and energy. Read “What Successful People Do During Lunch” by Laura Vanderkam.
Time is a non-renewable resource, so don’t get stuck in the work-through-lunch rut. What you do at lunch not only increases or decreases productivity and energy, it also impacts your health and happiness inside and outside of the workplace.