Your boss sees it, you see it, and even the girl that makes your coffee sees it. You’re not doing so well at work, the job just demands so much and you’re barely scraping by. Why? What’s up with that labor force you had when you were just starting out?
We have no idea, we swear.
One moment you feel your head and eyelashes getting just a tad too heavy, the next you open your eyes to see your boss wiping drool off some documents he left with you. Johnson’s giggling in the back and the hot office girl avoids your stare like the plague. Good going.
On the contrary…
You’re awake and ready for action, and anything you do has more precision, care and cool-factor. You’re such a better ‘you’ when you’ve slept, the black glasses on your face practically ‘poofed’ out of nowhere.
Turn off the console, you can play after work.
To live in a perfect world, a world that doesn’t make you get up at 6 AM and engulfs you with Marshmallows instead of parking tickets. It’s never that easy, is it? (I’m seriously asking, does anybody get that?)
You don’t always get enough sleep, and you might need to work extra-hard to impress your boss today. What’s there to do?
Well, you probably deducted from the title what this is about. But a word to the wise (and the not-so-wise), don’t overdo it. Drinking sixteen cups of coffee might impress grandma, but I’m guessing the ol’ heart won’t take it as well as you might think.
Calm your metaphoric horses, I’m not talking about that marathon you’ve been promising you’d do since last November. Exercises aren’t something you should avoid, and there are about a zillion studies we could throw at your face that prove it’ll improve every aspect of your life; but we won’t. We’re not here to intervene in your personal life (that’s a lie); we’re here to make you walk to work.
We know it doesn’t sound like much (unless you’re one of those North-Pole scientist guys. In which case, good luck!). But considering the fact you’re probably reading this with some potato chips hanging from your mouth, we think a bit of exercises might help that blood back in your muscles.
In addition to improving your life in every aspect (flip off the elevator, it’s only there to entice you), exercise has been said to improve concentration and work quality as well. We’re not even asking you for a lap before work; a quick twenty minute walk (park farther away if you have to) could make the world when you have to give in those statistical reports (they already have drool on them, at least make them good!).