You can start every week with so much enthusiasm. There is a huge difference between the anticipation for the weekends and that of a new week. Sometimes, you feel like cutting short the days of the week, but the truth is, you cannot. Instead, make the week an enjoyable one.
1. START THE NEW WEEK WITH ENOUGH TIME; WAKE UP EARLY
Create enough time for yourself to avoid feeling time pressured. Wake up early and give yourself enough time to prepare for each day. Feeling time pressured makes it difficult to stay calm, focused and positive. Instead, wake up each new day with enough time to feel relaxed. Make out at least 10 minutes each day to do what you need to do, this may improve on your mood.
2. VISUALIZE A POSITIVE WEEK
Wake up each day being positive. Decide to approach every day of the week with optimism and hope. Make a note of the result you desire to get at the end of the new week.
Take a few moments to meditate, focus on responsibilities. Before you step out, make thankful comments. Think about the good days and be thankful and expect a better week. These can put you into the right frame of mind for the rest of the week.
4. READ AFFIRMATION
Start each day with some kind of affirmation. This can be a positive quote, a religious verse, or a short story. Connect with your inner strength and decide to stay strong all week long.
5. ORGANIZE YOURSELF
Write down the tasks for the week and days. Make a to-do list and make an effort to follow it. It will keep you organized and make your day easier. Get organized for the tasks you have to complete each day of the week, and face the week as something new without the weight of the past.
6. SMILE AND ANTICIPATE THE WEEK
Find things to look forward to, even if it’s lunch time or seeing a coworker. Do something physical to make yourself feel happy. The easiest thing to do is smile. Just smile because you are alive and you can. Watch or listen to something humorous so you can laugh. It makes you feel positive and really beautiful about yourself and the world that surrounds you.