How To (Finally) Quit Multitasking In These Five Daily Activities

Working straight through lunch does you a disservice: A study published in the Academy of Management Journal found that not taking a lunch break at work made study participants more fatigued and less productive during the remainder of the day. But if eating alone will rub your colleagues the wrong way, try spending half your lunch break with them and the other half on time for yourself, or head out of the office later in the afternoon for a quick walk around the block.

How To (Finally) Quit Multitasking In These Five Daily Activities

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