- April 04, 2018
In a perfect world, we’d all have plenty of time and motivation to work out and eat healthy every day. Of course, we don’t live in a perfect world. Business travel organisers and other professionals in high-pressure jobs often have enough on their plates. It’s hard to make time to hit the treadmill or prepare nutritious, homemade food every day.
A new e-book from Booking.com for Business teaches us that keeping healthy doesn’t have to involve hours of work. There’s no need to beat yourself up or set overly ambitious fitness goals. Give yourself a break and start taking simple, reasonable steps towards better health instead.
Strength in Numbers
There are so many good reasons to live healthier. It’s not just a matter of feeling and looking good. Experts have also proven links between physical fitness and work productivity. Even simple improvements like drinking more water are good for your body and your brain.
Your workplace is actually an ideal situation for improving your health. Seek out colleagues who are also interested in living healthier and you immediately have a built-in support system. It’s much easier to stay motivated when you don’t have to go it alone.
Small Steps, Big Benefits
The new e-book from Booking.com for Business offers seven smart tips for improving your health – and performance – at work. You can use these tips for your own self-improvement, and share them with colleagues to start a health initiative at work.
The beauty of these tips is their practicality and low learning curve. Anyone who wants to master every yoga position or gear up for a marathon is more than welcome to do so. However, these tips focus on easy steps that we can all take in our everyday work lives to maintain and improve our health.
The tips include stress-relieving relaxation techniques, a word on healthier gift-giving, some office hygiene advice and more. Be sure to check out the new e-book from Booking.com for Business to learn more about boosting your health and productivity – without burning yourself out in the process.