You come to work, boot up your PC, grab a coffee with colleagues and try to immerse yourself in work. But then you suddenly get distracted, feel uncomfortable, cold or thirsty or the air is just not good in the office. Sound familiar? All of us working in an office can relate to these situations.

At HB Reavis, we believe that every working person has the right to a modern workspace that supports personal development, reduces stress and has a positive impact on health. But not everyone is lucky enough to work in an optimal working environment.

To help, on our social media channels, we’re sharing a series of weekly tips that you can easily incorporate into your daily routine and not only improve your environment, but also your personal well-being.

It’s unlikely your office is suddenly going to improve. So, take control: follow our tips – and improve the way you work.

 

Do you remember Clip?

Clip sat comfortably inside our PC screens and sawn everything over the years – all the best (and worst) ways of working. And that experience has made him an expert on people’s needs in the office.

Now, he’s decided it is the right time for him to come back and share his knowledge with everyone so they can enhance their daily working life as well. He will become your companion and give away a bunch of smart office tips.

 

Fluid thinking

Your life depends on it. Water. It brings oxygen and nutrients to both body and mind. Go and hydrate yourself with water – 9 cups for women and 12 cups for men a day. How many have you had today so far?

Every week Clip will share a new tip with you that you can include in your daily life at work. Stay tuned for more tips every Wednesday on our Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn pages.

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