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Summer Productivity Tips to Fight the Summer S

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With all the distractions summer has to offer, staying productive can be tough. Here are some summer productivity tips to help fight the summer slump.

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Summer Productivity Tips to Fight the Summer S

  1. 1. SUMMER PRODUCTIVITY TIPS to fight the summer slump
  2. 2. Temperatures are rising, the kids are out of school and the yearning for vacation is intensifying. With all of the temptations summer has to offer, it's hard not to fall into the dreaded summer slump. If your productivity is waxing and waning like the tides of the ocean, it may be time to implement these handy summer productivity tips.
  3. 3. ADOPTSUMMERHOURS Summer hours are a great way to enjoy your summer without sacrificing productivity. A summer hours schedule usually entails working longer days Monday through Thursday so you can enjoy a longer weekend.  For example, a summer hours schedule could have you working 10-hour days Monday through Thursday to allow for perpetual three-day weekends.
  4. 4. GETYOURVITAMIND According to a University of Cambridge study [1], Vitamin D deficiencies can cause cognitive impairment. Treat your brain to a break in the sun and reap the rewards of better brain function.
  5. 5. GETOUTOFTHEOFFICE Stanford University found that remote workers are 14% more productive than office-based workers. [2] Ditch the desk and  work from somewhere a bit more zen to up your productivity.
  6. 6. PLANYOUR DREAMVACATION A 2010 study in the Applied Research in Quality of Life journal revealed that planning or anticipating a vacation can make you happier than actually going on the trip. [3]
  7. 7. REFERENCES [1] https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/does-d-make-a- difference/ [2] https://people.stanford.edu/nbloom/sites/default/files/wfh.pdf [3] http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs11482-009-9091-9

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