Working from home? Five ways to reduce procrastination and be productive


As many in the industry attempt to find a quiet corner of the house to begin a working week like no other, Fuschia Sirois serves up some evidence-based strategies for maximising your output

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Fuschia Sirois

Reader in Social & Health Psychology at University of Sheffield

My research focuses on understanding the psychological factors and qualities that confer risk or resilience for physical health and well-being related outcomes. I am particularly interested in how procrastination, perfectionism, loneliness, and traits linked to negative mood create vulnerabilties for poor health, and how qualities such as self-compassion, gratitude, and time perspective, play a protective role in health and well-being The health outcomes I study range from stress and health behaviours, to physical illness symptoms, chronic illness, and the treatment-related behaviours people engage in to manage their physical health.

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