Our mental health is too important to be stuck in an unhappy working environment. Not only does happiness mean higher productivity but it means a better work-life balance.

So, stop counting down the minutes at work and start being happy at your workplace. And this is how you do it:

 

  1. Make a choice

This is the first and most important step to real happiness: CHOOSE TO BE HAPPY. It might sound too easy, but thinking of your work in a positive way will influence your behavior and your state of mind.

 

  1. Set goals

When you get to work in the morning, make a short list with your tasks for the day. We love lists. There is no greater feeling then marking things off your to-do list! Just be sure it's short and can be accomplished. You can always add tasks when completing one.

 

  1. Interact with colleagues

Liking and enjoying coworkers are hallmarks of a positive working environment. Take time to get to know them. They might not become your best friends, but at least people you like to surround yourself with.

 

  1. Avoid negativity

Do you really want to hear all about Jane’s argument with the Director? Better you avoid negative conversations and gossip because at one point it will get back to you and bring you down. Be more aware on social evenings… And remember to not speak too freely if you have had a few drinks.

 

  1. Keep personal problems out of office

It’s easy to let personal problems slip into the workplace. Avoid sharing too much personal information with your co-workers.  Rather seek for outside support and throw yourself into your work to get some distraction. 

 

  1. Beautify your workspace

Make your office a pleasant place to work. You shouldn’t exaggerate, but how about a framed photo of your cats, a decorative pen holder or a souvenir from Bali?

 

  1. Drink, Drink, Drink

Not a mojito, but plain water. Water helps with everything. Keep a glass of freshly squeezed H2O on your desk. It will help to keep you focused and you will feel amazing!

 

  1. Get enough sleep

We all struggle to get up in the morning.  But being well rested means you will save time thinking of your bed when you are at work. Switch those screens off at least 1 hour before bedtime.

 

Still not happy? Then have a look at our previous article.

Megan Douglas

Senior Recruitment Consultant

Megan specialises in: Digital Marketing, SEO, PPC, Ad Ops, PR, Comms & eCommerce

07870 415 785
0207 183 7145
megan.douglas@opiliorecruitment.co.uk

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