Doing the unstuck is the practice of disrupting a routine in order to be more productive. It can take the form of a day that follows a new pattern of work or a ritual to vary a routine each day with a novel approach.Routines and habits often represent a means of achieving productivity. However, they can become comfortable, narrow and dull with time. Doing the unstuck is a temporary departure from routine that is intended to refresh. For example, it might involve tackling a completely different type of work such as an office worker who takes a day off for a home improvement project.
A regular or intermittent change to a routine or habit designed to be stimulating and/or productive.
Temporarily breaking a routine that has become too comfortable or tedious.
Performing work that never gets done as part of your routine.Efforts to transform yourself or your routine through experimentation and new experiences.
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