“By late morn­ing, I need a break”

RE­CRUIT­MENT CON­SUL­TANT SUE STEVENS SAYS HER ‘LIT­TLE BREAKS’ ARE WHAT KEEPS HER MO­TI­VATED

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W ork­ing from home has its pros and cons. One of the best things is be­ing able to be ex­i­ble and mix things up so no one day is ex­actly the same as the next! I al­ways check on the weather fore­cast so I can plan when it will be nicest to ven­ture out­side for a walk or to do my er­rands. I am quite strict with my­self, though, al­low­ing tea breaks as re­wards for tick­ing things o my list of ‘To Dos’ for the day.

So, usu­ally around late morn­ing and mid-af­ter­noon, I move away from my desk, nd a comfy spot on a rug or arm­chair, or prop my­self up on a stool at our kitchen break­fast bar, and en­joy a tea break. Some­times I only need 10 min­utes to re­vive me; other times it takes longer or my mind wan­ders else­where be­fore I bring it back into the mo­ment and en­joy feel­ing nour­ished and re­freshed.”

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