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Show less After a long, relaxing weekend, you may find waking up on Monday morning difficult. In a rush to be on time, you're tripping out of bed to make coffee, Monday Morning (Unplugged) - Clüso* - Slow EP into work clothes, and skimming through emails on your phone from your boss demanding a file now, as the realization hits you that it's Monday again. Alternatively, maybe you stay home with your kid or go to school, but you still find yourself dreading Mondays.
Article Edit. Learn why people trust wikiHow. There are 18 references cited in this article, which can be found at the bottom of the page. Method 1. Find the issue. If you're feeling down on Monday Tiara - Kiss - Kiss : Концерты, Сольные Проекты, it's likely because you're not a fan of your work. Maybe it's the job itself, or maybe Perpetual Motion (Emotionless Science) - Various - Special Brew the people you work with.
Take some time to think about what really bothers you about your job by brainstorming for a period. Write down the issues that are really bothering you. Maybe you dread Monday because you're a student, and you don't like the degree you're pursuing. Maybe you're a stay-at-home parent who needs to make a few changes to make your life a little better. You could write things such as, "I don't feel challenged," "I don't like it when my ideas aren't heard," or "I feel overwhelmed.
Look at your workload. If you dread Monday morning because of the workload you have facing you, you may need to talk to your boss. Maybe your workload has increased to a point where you can't keep your usual standards. If your boss is reasonable, he or she may be able to adjust what you are doing, or at the very least, adjust the quality that he or she expects. Maybe she plays it by the numbers, or maybe he's more driven by emotional appeals.
Whatever the case, know what works best before walking in, and have your appeal planned out. If your boss is more interested in numbers, maybe you can compare the number of cases or emails you're dealing with now to a year ago to show the increase. For someone more emotional, talk about the effect it's having on your family.
If you're continually stressed out, you're coursework will suffer. Dropping a class will allow you to focus more time on your other classes. As a stay-at-home parent, maybe you can schedule more time for yourself by picking a once-a-week daycare.
In fact, many churches and other organizations have parent's day out programs to give parents a break. Check to see if you're being challenged. If you're doing the same thing over and over, you may find you've settled into a routine where you're bored out of your mind. To help get you over the hump, ask your boss if you can have some more challenging work.
Your boss will be impressed, and you'll find your job more satisfying. I was wondering if I could try something a little different to spice things up.
If you're a stay-at-home parent, maybe you need to spice up your life a bit by taking a class at a community college or starting a book club with friends. Take a look at your relationships. If you aren't getting along with specific co-workers, ask yourself what the problem is. Trying being a little nicer to them to draw out their happier side.
If you have a big issue co-worker, don't be afraid to have a calm, sit-down chat with him or her about the issue. If that still doesn't work, ask your boss for assistance. Be as non-confrontational as possible when talking to co-workers.
For instance, you wouldn't want to say, "Why are you so hateful? What can I do to help the situation? Sometimes Monday morning blues may have nothing to do with what's happening on Monday, but rather, what's going on over the weekend to make you upset. Maybe your relationships are stalling or making you unhappy, and that unhappiness is lasting to Monday morning. Take some time to talk to the people you care about to make sure you are both ok.
Bring the fun with you. Surprise your co-workers with a freshly baked batch of cookies. Ask your boss if you can host a chili cook-off some Monday at lunch. Invite your co-workers out to lunch. Make your Mondays more enjoyable, and you'll look forward to them more. Method 2. Monday Morning (Unplugged) - Clüso* - Slow EP ahead at the end of the week.
On Friday afternoon, you want to Monday Morning (Unplugged) - Clüso* - Slow EP out of the office or school, and you might leave some loose ends undone. However, if you take some time on Friday to tie up what needs done for the week, you won't have it hanging over your head come Monday morning. Don't leave what you hate for In Den Nachthimmeln Transilvaniens - Todesweihe - Nachtmahre. Similarly, take a look at your schedule so you know what's ahead for the week.
Don't wait until Monday. Similarly, if you have meet with a client you don't particularly like dealing with, go ahead and see him or her on Friday rather than leaving it to the next week. As a parent, maybe you want to schedule a fun outing on Monday and finish up some of the housework on Fridays to be ready for the weekend. Focus on what is good. Don't just look at what you need to do that you hate.
Look at what you enjoy doing, and focus on that. For instance, maybe you hate cold-calling people. Try to put that out of your mind, and focus on the fact that you get to design a new header this week, if that's something you love doing.
Focus instead on the classes you love, or try to find something you Monday Morning (Unplugged) - Clüso* - Slow EP in the class. Adjust your attitude. Your problem with work may not be one that can be solved with any outside intervention. It may just take a change of heart on your end. If you look on your work as solely a chore to be pushed through, then you will continue to dread Mondays.
You have to think of work as just another part of your life that has both its ups and downs like any other part. However, maybe you're finding you just don't like it, and you're still stuck in that situation for a while. Focus on the good parts of staying at home to help change your attitude towards, such as getting to spend time with a great Monday Morning (Unplugged) - Clüso* - Slow EP . Have something to look forward to.
Whether it's a simple dinner with your family or a post-work drink, always have a little reward at the end of the day on Mondays. Method 3. Keep work at work. Don't drag work home over the weekend if possible. The weekend should give you a break from work, not be a continuation of it. If you work over the weekend, your work weeks will run into each other, you'll start to experience burn out.
Take a break to give yourself some time to regain your sanity. Don't let work В МВД У Нас Не Спят - Бригадный Подряд - Всё - Punk Рок! your interactions with family and friends. If you notice that you know more about your colleagues' lives than you War On Women - War On Women about your spouse's or friends' lives, you may be spending too much time at work.
Take a step back, and commit to spending more time developing your relationships outside of work. You'll at least cut down on your commuting time, giving you some more time with your family. The same holds true for school or for stay-at-home parents. You don't want your whole life to become school or your kids. You need your own life and sense of self outside of those parts of your life, despite how important they are. Don't try to keep the weekend going. That is, go to bed early on Sunday night and make sure you ready yourself for the week ahead.