Workplace Productivity In America

Due to Baby Buck’s ever changing sleep patterns, my energy levels have been all over the map. I’ve been compensating by taking quick power naps during my lunch break. Take a look at workplace productivity and another way to deal with low energy.

How do you deal with low energy at work?

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18 Responses

  1. Rita P says:

    That is a cool infographic and I loved it. Yes with kids your sleeping pattern gets disturbed and you finally end up in the day with low energy. Having power naps can be a great method to revive your energy.

  2. krantcents says:

    My energy usually comes from what I am doing! If I am doing boring, tedious and mundane work, I tire easily. If I like what I am doing, I can go on for forever. I don’t think I am unusual in this regard. Just look at the 20 somethings who can play video or computer games for 20+ hours.

    • Buck Inspire says:

      Great example KC! When I was younger, I loved playing basketball. I could go on for hours even though I don’t have the highest endurance. Who needs boring, tedious work right?

  3. Arlee Bird says:

    I’ve never drank energy drinks though I usually have my coffee or caffeinated beverages. When I was working I almost always took a short after lunch nap that averaged about 15 minutes. Now that I don’t work I still take my post lunch nap except now it’s usually around 30 minutes. The naps give me a boost, but if I nap more than 30 minutes it drags me down some and might keep me up at night.

    • Buck Inspire says:

      Just need to find the sweet spot for sleep eh? Looks like you found yours. Funny, people say we need 8 hours, but my optimal time seems to be 5. More than that, just like you, I feel a little sluggish.

  4. Untemplater says:

    I have to stay busy at work otherwise I can totally pass out sitting in front of my computer. If I get really drowsy, I have to get up and go outside to take a walk. I try not to drink caffeine so I use exercise and moving around to help me stay awake when I’m low on sleep.

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