- Avoid snacks. A cookie or soda here and there can easily add hundreds of calories a day to your diet, adding up to several pounds over the course of a year--The rule here is that with most temptations, it's "out of sight, out of mind". So don't keep snacks at or near your desk. If you keep a jar of candy across the room from where you sit, you're 70% less likely to dig into it.
- Drink several glasses of water a day to avoid dehydration. This'll keep you alert and will also make you less likely to binge-snack. Keep a bottle of water at your desk and refill it during the day.
- Another way to stay healthy at work: Disinfect your keyboard, mouse, and phone every day--That's where the most workplace germs are found and they can linger for 72 hours.
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