Holidays, summer, tapas, beers, untimely eating hours, calm, relax, sunsets, no schedules or clock … Can you imagine always living like this? Unfortunately everything comes to an end, and there is little left of this summer, so today we offer you some tips to overcome the well-known post-vacation syndrome. Because going back to the routine is also positive, but for those of us who are having a hard time coping with it, we better take it easy and put on a big smile!

1. Take it slowly

If you have to go back to work right after the holidays, do it slowly. Don’t expect to get all updated just when you start, you can’t go from 0 to 100 at a stroke! Take your time and do it carefully!

2. Exercise

Exercise, which is always good for the body and mind. It is usually the first thing that is forgotten during the holidays, so a few days before returning to work, it would not hurt to put on the sneakers, the swimsuit, the rackets or whatever you fancy and go ahead!

3. Sleep

Reorganize sleep hours. Surely during these days of vacation you have slept more than you usually do and at unusual times. They say that from 09:00 pm to 11:00 pm is when sleep time is more restorative, so try not to get hooked on any series right now …

4. Eat well

Don’t exaggerate with the tapas and the beers, save them for the weekend and for next summer! Try not to eat too much before going to sleep and have a consistent breakfast that will give you energy! In short, mind what you eat.

5. Have fun

Save time for yourself and have fun. Sounds easy, doesn’t it? But we ourselves are usually the last to take into account, so think more about what you like and try to dedicate part of your free time!

6. Organise yourself

If you have pending matters, put them on a list, make it real and achievable. And see what you have to do step by step. Sometimes we get the feeling that we have to do a lot of things, but if we put them on paper it will help us see which ones are urgent, important, to be done or the ones that don’t really  matter.

7. Make a weekend break at our houses

2 days are enough to recharge batteries! Take advantage of the weekends and you will see that without even noticing it, the post-vacation syndrome will be over! Cheers for the return!