I know that most people dread Mondays; I was once a Monday hater.
Waking up early to be rushed to school, being half-asleep in class and missing my weekend – as a child, Monday was the worst day of the week.
As we get older, Monday is still a very difficult day for most, because we anticipate what was left undone from the week before or what may arise ahead.
3 Signs of a good day (no matter how you feel)
- #1. Are you are able to arise and decide how your day will go? it’s a good day! If you’re back to the usual routine, even if its boring, still appreciate that good day. Don’t believe social media that projects that you’ll never have a good day because you work a 9 to 5, go to school, and don’t live a #bossbabe ‘entrepreneurial’ lifestyle. Routine and structure to our daily lives is good for us.
- #2. Will you interact with others today? Life is about connecting with others, someone making you laugh or you doing the same for them. Engaging in conversations that fill you, such as that daily phone call from your mom or best-friend. A good day is incomplete without meaningful interactions.
- #3. Are you looking forward to tomorrow? Then you’ve had a good day. Guess what? You WILL survive Monday, and its predecessor, Tuesday. I called my dad Sunday, crying over what is possible today and he told me, “Tomorrow is not here yet”. That is not what I wanted to hear, but it was true. The next day is unwritten, yet, we give some much energy and worry to a day that has not happened yet. Instead of having fear, You never know what lies in tomorrow that will make it special.
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