How to Start Looking Forward to Monday in 3 Easy Steps

Here are some ways to avoid the dreaded Sunday blues and start looking forward to Monday morning. Let’s admit it – we’ve all had a case of the Mondays. And no matter how much we love our job, and how much we’re Loving the Hustle, Sunday sometimes feels like anything but a Fun-day. Not to fear, there are some ways to avoid the dreaded Sunday blues and start looking forward to Monday!   Eat a frog Don’t Google “nearby French Restaurants” just yet. We’re referring to people who don’t like frogs, specifically productivity guru Brian Tracy’s famous book Eat That Frog! It’s based off Mark Twain’s idea that if you eat a frog in the morning, it will be the easiest thing you do all day. Twain is right (well, he has the right idea) – you can do this by leaving the headache inducing tasks, or anything you’re not as pumped about, for the times where you’re at your peak. Read that as not 9 a.m. on a Monday. When you know you might be under more stress, or a little overwhelmed, you can make it easier by penciling in the easier stuff for that time. So, consider “eating the frog” on Fridays or Thursdays. Rather than loading Monday up with meetings, you can take on meetings earlier, and instead schedule Monday in with only your most passionate plans. Pretty soon you won’t just be ready to tackle your work week, but you’ll start looking forward to Monday morning. Pay it forward As Obama said “if you go out and make some good things happen, you will fill the world with...