How To NOT Dig Out After a Long Weekend
It's the day after a weekend of BBQ-ing, patio relaxation, and margarita's on the beach, so here's how to keep it going... - Tony
... Flag your emails
Because marking them for reading later is better then dealing with them now.
.... Start a major bike repair project.
That headset isn't going to repack itself.
.... Walk your dog off-leash down by the river.
She's had a long weekend, too. And she never runs away, except during morning walks off-leash down by the river.
... Drop your car off to get that brake work done, finally.
It seemed like a really smart idea at the time to book an appointment for first thing after a long weekend, didn't it.
... Make coffee
Clearly, you're not agitated enough.
... Call your mother and wish her a belated birthday.
She misses you.
... Get back on your routine
Hit your Google Reader program, hard. Make sure you missed nothing at all over the long weekend.
.... Work in a lunchtime trail run
Routine is everything. And without exercise, it's going to be tough to focus on the day ahead.
.... Eat lunch at your desk.
And catch up on the Women's World Cup standings. Productivity is everything.
... Prioritiize your flagged emails
Efficiency is everything.
... Staff meeting
If there's not a business version of "schadenfrude," there should be.
... Clean your desktop
A clean worskpace fuels productivity.
.... Make coffee
A little afternoon pick me-up? Don't mind if I do!
... Schedule a haircut appointment for pre-Outdoor Retailer
10 days prior to the show is ideal, allowing for natural grow in.
... Take a break
A rested mind is a productive mind.
... Call your father
He misses you.
... Social media research
Being fluent in Facebook is important to your clients.
... Prioritize the next day's task list
You are a machine!
Source: Wicked Outdoorsy