I know how important it is to take care of your mental and emotional health because I’ve been through stress. So, I wanted to share three tech tools I’ve been using to keep track of my work and keep from getting burned out.
My favorite tool for managing projects is Trello. It’s a great way to keep track of tasks, goals, and how project work is going for each team member. I find that having a visual representation of my work and goals helps me stay organized and reduces my stress.
I just started using Fabulous recently, and it’s already become one of my favorite apps for making time every day for wellness. The daily coaching, guided meditations, breathing exercises, and bedtime routines have helped me relax and deal with worry. I like that Fabulous helps build morning and focuses routines that help you create habits that last.
This tool for managing time has helped me stay on task and get things done at work. It uses the Pomodoro Technique, which means that you work for 25 minutes and then take a 5-minute break. This method helps me stay on task and take breaks often, which lowers my stress and keeps me from getting burned out.
These are just some of the tech tools I’ve been using to keep track of my work and keep from getting burned out. I hope they will help you, too. Remember that taking care of your mental and emotional health is just as important as taking care of your physical health, so don’t forget to take breaks and put self-care first.
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