So, what can be done to get you back on track? First, why not take a look at the appearance of your workspace. Whether you're working from home or at an office, or even just a student putting off doing that pesky assignment, creating a productive working space will have a positive effect on your work ethic and work quality, and choosing the right colour scheme is definitely a good start to aid in increasing that productivity.
But why is the choice of colour so important? Research has shown that colour does in fact have some effect on our moods, feelings and behaviours (verywellmind.com). Do you feel anxious in a yellow room? Does the colour blue make you feel calm and relaxed? By understanding basic colour psychology, choosing the appropriate colours for productivity will get you pumped up and eager to devour your next task.
Here are some suggested colours to use for your workspace.