Starting a new workweek can be hectic. Avoid staying up too late on Sunday nights as this may ruin your mood the entire week and make you go to work tired and irritable. If you don’t manage your time properly, you’ll always end up being late for work and delay completing simple tasks. To avoid such a disaster, here are some tips:
Prepare a to-do list
Write down a list of your tasks and start with the easiest ones to complete. Arrange your wardrobe and pick out the clothes you will wear in order to save time in the morning. Go to bed early and wake up early so you can make it to the office in good time.
Set yourself apart
Everyone is always complaining about Mondays and short weekends. Facing the reality of another workweek can be unpleasant and people wish they could extend the weekend. Try to have a positive attitude and you will be motivated throughout the week. You don’t always have to be part of the ‘ain’t it awful’ crowd, think differently from everyone else so as to come across as interested and passionate about your job and career.
Do a little reflection
Take time during the weekend to reflect and ask yourself important questions pertaining to your life. Do you love your job? Have you achieved the goals you hoped you would? Are you happy? If not, there is a possibility that you will be upset the entire week. If you are looking forward to the week ahead then you are probably in a good space. It may be time to start thinking about your next move if the Monday blues are getting worse.
There are certain things you can do to start the week off right. You could get in a little workout before you start the day or have a heavy breakfast at home. Overall, you need to plan how you can move your career forward by working on these matters.
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