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Nov 21, 2016
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When things get monotonous at the office, working can seem like one big blur. Some people get burnt out easily, while others totally lose their motivation to properly do their jobs. 

Still, hope is not lost, because you can still do something about regaining that mojo you had when you first entered the workplace. 

The key is to recognize what gets you going when it comes to your professional life. 

Here are a few things that could help you reinvigorate your drive in the office:

1. Set your goals for the day 

It will help you get through the day faster if you already know what you're going to do before entering your office. "Plan ahead. That's the most important part of your day, which could make a big impact on work routine," says career consultant Vanessa Aguirre. You already put up with getting stuck in traffic or being late every day on your way to work. If you have already prepared for the tasks you're supposed to do, then that's one less thing to stress about. 

2. Spend time with co-workers

Having a good relationship with your co-workers is an improtant key to keep yourself energized throughout the day. Aguirre advices that you shouldn't have to feel alone in the office. Make friends to make your work easier. The thought of someone having your back in a place where you spend most of your day can be comforting. 

3. Rest

Being a hardworker is good in any workplace, but burning yourself out can be unproductive. "You don't have to rest for a long time. Short breaks spread throughout the day will do," Aguirre explains. Take a few minutes during working hours to get up from your seat and step outside the office to get a breath of fresh air. Also, take a leave when necessary. A vaction can work wonders.

4. Go out of your comfort zone

Sometimes, doing the same things over and over again can drain your energy. This is why you should experiment with tasks that are beyond your load. "There's always room for improvement, especially at work," Aguirre says. If you're a writer who is used to writing three short stories a day, why not do four stories if the usual number of topics you write is starting to bore you. 

5. Sleep. Sleep. Sleep. 

At the end of the day, you should get plenty of sleep according to an article from Fortune. Ms. Aguirre backs up this point by suggesting that you shouldn't be ashamed of calling it a day. You wouldn't want to end up tired for the daily grind. Detaching yourself from the workplace and regenerating at home gives you a fresh perspective for powering through the succeeding days.

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