I could not agree with this post more. Especially in pastoral ministry thinking that you had a productive week because you logged in 40+ hours of work sitting in an office, is not true.
Here is a post from 99 Percent:
Inefficient hours in the office are better utilized out of the office as creative stimulation. Time spent in the outer world is still productive if it is increasing the rate of idea generation and providing the mental focus required to capture and complete action steps when back in the office.
There is a value to mixing up the workday, working out, grabbing coffee, etc… Managers must start to reconsider the conventional assumption that butts in chairs = productivity.
See the rest here.