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With many professionals continuing to work from home, in remote locations, or through hybrid work arrangements, there are numerous things that can upset the balance you work so hard to maintain around the house throughout the year.
The holy month of Ramadan also comes with increased responsibility, given the myriad commitments that people must fulfill. It is critical to keep a regular work schedule as well as satisfy religious commitments and prepare for them.
Here are a few pointers to help you make Ramadan more productive this year:
Be Energy Efficiently
It is important to create a to-do list of daily tasks and prioritize those that are critical and demand immediate attention. During the morning hours, as the morning meal digests, one's energy level is at its height. As a result, it's a good idea to prioritize high-energy chores and do them first, preferably in the first half of the day. It is critical to provide sufficient rest for the body by going to bed early at night; this will allow you to wake up early and have plenty of time for morning prayers and 'Suhoor'. A nutritious and filling breakfast might help you feel more energized in the mornings and achieve more.
Plan Meetings Wisely
Many people must be in and out of the office on a regular basis due to varying work habits and job needs. If your employment necessitates meeting consumers and clients outside of the office. Plan ahead of time and restrict your travel and mobility, especially during hot hours. It is best to plan such gatherings carefully and wisely throughout Ramadan. You can either book them through one of the video calling apps or, if necessary, schedule them during the first half of the workday.
Take Breaks to Rejuvenate
It is critical to take recharging pauses. As the day develops, hunger and exhaustion may reduce your productivity; brief pauses might assist recharge. It is very advised to take a little mini-break every hour. Moving away from your computer, take a short walk to the restroom and wash your face several times to feel refreshed and calm for a while.
It is critical to remain constant in your attempts to maximize your work days while fasting during Ramadan! Ramadan Kareem to you and your loved ones!
Source: ETHR World