Often in the workplace, stress is considered normal. Excessive stress at times can have a negative effect on your personal health as well as productivity. People tend to believe that stress management is a big deal, but if you stay focused and think about aspects that are in your control this is not the case. If you do not manage your stress in the early stages it may cause bigger problems later on.
Here are some time management tips to regain your control over difficult situation and handle stress effectively.
Balance your work-life schedule
Make a schedule or to do list of all responsibilities you have with family and work and how much time each responsibility takes. This should help balance you work and family life. Eating a healthy diet and getting sleep for 6-8 hours will also be a positive factor to combating stress.
Once you have created your schedule work out what is a must and what is a should be done. Then start with the most important tasks and work your wa down. Those tasks you have put on your to do lst that are really not important, take off. Remember it is not possible to work non-stop for 8-9 hours.
Reach office earlier
Try to get to work early. Even 10-15 minutes can bring huge difference between rushing toward your seat and peacefully starting your day. Don’t add one more stress in your list by coming late to office.
Organize your breaks
Stepping away from your tasks and taking small breaks will make you relax and recharge you to conquer new challenges. Have a 3 to 4 minute break every now and again will help decrease stress levels.
Pressure at work is sometimes motivating but excessive amount of it results in stress. By effectively managing your time you can organize your tasks, meet your deadlines, and beat work-related stress