What's the best way to get over a case of the Mondays?


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Alfonso Mills
November 08, 2019 3:18PM

I get a minor case of the Mondays every morning, whether it's Monday or not. To be up and doing something right after you were just down and snoozing for hours is the Great Drag of our time. To shake it off, you just have to open up—open up your eyes and let that light in, open up your lungs to let that oxygen in, and open up your mouth to let that water in. Sun, air, water—that's life fuel, baby. Take it all in, and your case of the Mondays will soon be a case of the Mon-yays.

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November 11, 2019 7:33PM
Hey, so in my experience there are ways to get over the case of Mondays, as in by doing brainstorming sessions, ordering take out, chatting and connecting with some friends or family. But all these solutions kinda are like putting a band-aid on a wound and not treating the wound from inside. The root cause analysis would point towards not having the case of the Mondays at all, in fact it should be anti-fragile as in, one should get excited about the Mondays. I have seen this trait only in entrepreneurs and highly executive employees. Maybe the best way is to change the niche, change the job, change the career path, and getting close to what one likes to do and then one wouldn't see every day different. Monday is defined by us humans but if you think about it, its just another sunrise. I would think in a way that will treat it forever and not merely postpone it in a way. Hope this helps :)
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Joe Johnston
November 08, 2019 3:13PM

I think a great way to shake off the Monday blues is to go out for a nice lunch. Invite a coworker and treat yourselves to a meal at a fancy restaurant or just pop on your headphones and splurge on some cheap junk food at your desk, whatever will make you happy. In my experience, it's a really easy way to break up the day.

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Christian Martinez
November 14, 2019 4:46PM
Just wait 24 hours
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November 14, 2019 12:48PM
I would say the BEST way, is to stop your incessant whining, and get to work.
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Noah Williamson
November 12, 2019 1:00PM
Just imagine what is wait ing for you at home