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“I Don’t Like Mondays” is a well-known song by Bob Geldof’s Boomtown Rats, but it hardly puts across an ori...
“I Don’t Like Mondays” is a well-known song by Bob Geldof’s Boomtown Rats, but it hardly puts across an original or unique message.
Assuming you work a standard Monday to Friday week, it’s unlikely you yearn for Monday morning, however much you may love your job. Here are a few handy hints to make your Mondays just a little bit more bearable.
If you really want your Monday to be a struggle, and you want to put a negative start on your entire week, all you need do is overindulge on a Sunday night. So get all of your partying out of the way on Friday and Saturday!
Assuming you’re not going to spend Sunday overindulging, you should have some time to get your clothes ready, charge your laptop and other devices, and have everything ready so you can quickly get yourself up and running when Monday comes around.
Knowing exactly what you plan to eat on Monday evening cuts out plenty of stress, and reduces the temptation to opt for an unhealthy takeaway. A great way to achieve this almost effortlessly is to cook something delicious on Sunday and make sure there are some leftovers.
Starting your Monday with a big achievement sets a great tone for the rest of the week. So bite the bullet and get one of your major tasks out of the way early.
Try to spend some time each Monday clearly establishing your goals for the remainder of the week. Getting this done quickly will make the week ahead seem far more manageable.
The Monday morning rush hour is no fun for anyone, so get ahead of everyone else by getting out the door five minutes early. Even if you work from home, a slightly earlier start will get the week off on the right foot.