Take care of yourself and your wellbeing, this can be done in many different forms while you are at work.

For example, make sure that you take a lunch break, that one hour or half a hour is crucial as it gives you time to rewind and relax, this could help you refresh as on the break you could get some fresh air or even eat a snack, this will help you refuel.

If the sun is shining why not take advantage of the summer weather, make the most of the fresh air, by organising a picnic or even perhaps taking part in a group activity, this could involve a group walk to re-energise.

If you are feeling a little stressed, take some time out and listen to some music this will help you unwind and focus on what you need to do. A simple listen to music can be a treat, and a reward to your wellbeing, it can help you be motivated so you can get back to tackling your workload again.

Are you often the last to leave from work? If so sometimes working overtime is not always productive, as long hours can quickly take a toll on you, and your concentration, health and your productiveness.

At the start of each day, to manage your time effectively write a to-do list or go over your list, and tick off when completed and write down what you need to do for the next day.

If you are struggling, ask for help if you feel as though your workload is getting too much or out of control, take this opportunity to discuss with your manager or colleagues. It helps if you take the time that you commute to work and home to wind down, so even listening to music, or taking an early stop to walk through quiet streets might help you switch off.