Don’t live for the weekends
Studies show people who are stressed at work tend to be much happier on the weekend. So don’t only look forward to Saturday and Sunday. Try to spread out the joy and plan something fun during the week, like a movie night with pals. There’s 7 days in that there week — make them all count. In fact, why not book that movie night for Monday itself? Even if it’s just an arrangement to play online games with a friend or catch up for a coffee.
Treat Sunday as a day of rest
While mid-week social time is all well and good, a balanced life is the best way to see Monday as, well, just another day. Pick either Friday or Saturday night to go out, and spend another evening staying home with friends.
Then, take some time for yourself — whether it’s getting yourself pampered, whipping yourself up a special meal, or getting a workout in, time taken for yourself is going to balance out those feelings about giving your Monday to an employer.
Generate good vibes — through music and otherwise
While getting ready for work, turn up the radio.People listen to music to boost their mood — according to research, it will help turn your mood into a positive one!
Smile in the shower and show off those pearly whites to the whole office. Contagious smiles could help make you feel a lot better — and others in the office too!
Figure out why your Mondays are blue
If you’re dreading Mondays no matter what, then it may be time to make some changes.