Prioritise your time

If the list is endless and you can’t see the wood for the trees, create and share a list of expectations and priorities.

Plot some personal time – have your lunch break

Taking the time to eat lunch can give you enormous benefits to your physical and mental health.

Tap into technology – if this helps manage connections but remember to switch off

If it helps organise you then technology can be a great thing.

Set reminders and little goals

Make exercise a must-do, not a should-do. Get some fresh air, take a walk, meet colleagues, have fun.

Manage your mind

Spend time with someone who will lift you up and support you.

Take a break

Remember to take time out throughout your day. Be flexible with schedules for you and your team.

Go home

When you work after-hours, it can lead to a lot of stress and burnout, not to mention overall poor health. It is the same for both employers and employees. So, you need to clock out.

Don’t forget about healthy snacks

Keep energised with healthy snacks if you can, it can really stop with binging on fast food and can be fun. Share tips with friends.