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15 Ways To Get Ahead During Your Lunch Break

Posted by on February 13, 2019 in Thrive with 0 Comments

Sometimes all you need is thirty minutes to do something great. Your lunch break is the perfect time to step back from your work and do something enriching. Not only does taking a lunch break improve your creativity and productivity, but it’s also the perfect time to get ahead in an area of life you’ve been meaning to improve, whether personal, professional, or financial.

While it’s not always easy to slow down, it’s an important habit to develop daily. Take some time to prioritize what’s important to you in life, and actively work towards improving it. Maybe you’ve been wanting to work towards a certification or learn a new skill. If you work from home, you have even more flexibility for things like going for a jog in your neighborhood or baking a new recipe.

If you’re ready to step away from your desk and make the most of your lunch break, we’ve got some tips for you. This infographic from Self Lender provides 15 ways to enrich your life in 30 minutes or less (please include attribution to with this graphic):

How to get ahead during your lunch break

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