How to make Monday your favorite day of the week

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Ah, Monday’s. After a weekend spent relaxing and unwinding, it always seems like the weekend ends and Monday rolls around way too quick. While many of us may experience those Monday blues a little too often, it doesn’t have to be that way! With a little planning and a positive headspace, Mondays can easily become your favorite day of the week. Think of Mondays as your way to start the work week off with a fresh mindset, ready to conquer whatever comes your way. 

Here are a few tips to help kick those Monday blues to the curb: 

Plan Monday on Friday

One of the best ways to ease into a Monday is by planning it ahead of time! At the end of your day on Friday, write a to-do list with all of the tasks you need to complete on Monday. This will give you a headstart on the upcoming week so feel prepared and ready to tackle your day. 

Make a Monday playlist

Who doesn’t love a mood-boosting playlist to get them ready for the day? Whether it’s your favorite pop songs to get ready to or some chill lo-fi beats to get you in the zone during work, music is always a good idea to keep you energized, focused, and in the right headspace.

Put on your favorite outfit

They say confidence comes from within, but a good outfit sure does help! Whether you’re working from home in your new favorite pair of leggings and an oversized t-shirt or heading to the office in a pants suit, an outfit that you feel confident and comfortable in is key to feeling your best on a Monday. 

Monday’s don’t have to be so bad. To find out more tips on how you can make Monday your favorite and most productive day of the week, check out the infographic below. 

how to make mondays your favorite day

About the Author:
Corey Doane is a digital content creator who helps Adidas create helpful and compelling stories worth sharing. Her background in digital marketing and creative writing has led her to cover unique topics ranging from business to eco to lifestyle.

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