Get off the bus stop one step earlier, park further away, walk somewhere to eat lunch, take the stairs, just find any excuse to be more active throughout the day. It’ll make a difference to those long, sluggish days in the office.
It can’t be avoided that office work can have you sitting at your desk for long periods of time. Stretching regularly can prevent the body form becoming stiff and aching.
Hopefully, boredom in the office isn’t recurring, but it’s inevitable at some points through the week. Boredom often leads to the vending machine, so keep some fruits and nuts for a healthy, fulfilling snack.
Although it’s good to keep active as was mentioned above, it’s also good to move away from your desk every once in a while to stop your mind from becoming dull. Move to talk to a co-worker, go print something off, but don’t smoke!
As always, keep drinking water. It keeps you alert and more focused.
Might seem a bit extreme, but maybe have a few around the office if possible. Keeps you thinking about your posture, and helps you get a quick workout throughout the day.