Love Monday Again with these Handy Tricks

Why does everyone bash on Monday when this day of the week marks the start to new adventures and challenges. For most people, Monday is a reminder that they have to go back to school or work. The fun “free-time” that they would have otherwise enjoyed during the weekend is over. Fun is over, time to work. If you change your way of thinking, you’ll find that Monday can be an exciting day where you can pull up your Handy gloves and clean your way to a new slate.

 

If you want to make the most of your Mondays, it is best to symbolically rid your slate of any impurities by hiring a professional cleaning service to take care of your laundry and dirty floors on Sunday. Sunday is the perfect day for a clean-up as you’ll arrive home with an organized kitchen and living room to eat and dine in. There are a few other things you can do to make sure you continue to look forward to this first day of the week.

After your home is clean, make sure you go to rest early in preparation for a productive week of work and play (this can still happen during the night). Enjoying enough sleep can boost your attitude on Monday, paving the mood for the rest of your week. Adults should get at least eight hours of sleep to be their most productive, although this can alter based on the individual. Make sure to swap caffeine and alcoholised cocktails for a nice mug of green or chamomile tea. Prep a healthy lunch for yourself to enjoy and feel good about yourself the next day.

 

Since you’ve gotten enough sleep for yourself, you should aim to wake up at least thirty minutes earlier than your usual time. Here, make it a point to get some exercise in the morning, such as a stretch and relaxing yoga session, and have enough time to drink your coffee or smoothie.

 

If you really want to have a handy knack on your work week, consecrate your work break to taking a walk outside. A breath of fresh air especially as springtime is upon us will increase your happiness levels and make you more creative. Scratch travel map

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