Just like a physical desk, a cluttered desktop on your monitor can cause anxiety. Plus, the many folders and files can slow down the computer and make it harder to find what you need. Take a few minutes to organize your digital desktop and remove unnecessary files. And check for outdated and unused programs and those necessary software updates as well!
A strong password is a must of course, as well as multifactor authentication wherever possible. Now that you are full of energy again, it might also be a good time to come up with a new password for all your accounts. Or leave it to a password manager.
Passwords are only useful if you actually lock your screen when you leave your station. If you get up at any time, whether for a cup of coffee or a whole afternoon of meetings, always lock your screen. Someone who wants harm will otherwise have instant access to your files and can install malicious software or send something in your name within seconds.
Use Windows-sign + L on a PC, or control + command⌘ + Q on a Mac.