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7 Tips To Deal With Not So Good Monday Blues

Updated on March 7, 2014
Monday is one of the not so admired days of the week. However, facing Monday blues is not difficult if we start our week with a positive approach along with looking forward to good things.
Monday is one of the not so admired days of the week. However, facing Monday blues is not difficult if we start our week with a positive approach along with looking forward to good things. | Source


Did you ever get that “Monday morning” feeling? Well! I am sure most of you must have experienced that moment of realization, a thought that weekend is over and you have a long week ahead, calling and waiting for you. There will be no more relaxation, no more fun, or no more partying out with friends. It will be all work, work, and work and soon you end up feel like saying "arrrrrrrgggh."

It is really a hard time for sure when you know you have to face a Monday and it’s totally unavoidable. But then again, its all part of the life and a person has to go through it no matter, rain or sunshine you just got to do it. However, how unmanageable and difficult it might seem there is always a solution to deal with the odd feeling. Here are some tips which if followed won’t be a disappointment.



Tips to Deal with Monday Blues

1.YOU ARE NOT THE ONLY ONE:

First of all think that you are not the only one who has to deal with these blues. In the whole wide world there are many people who feel the same way as you do and ultimately you will get that confident feeling of not being alone.

2.GET SOME GOOD SLEEP:

On a Sunday night try to get a good sleep so that next morning won’t seem very frustrating and you wake up feeling good and not dizzy.

3.FRESH AIR HELPS:

When you get up try to go outside and feel the fresh air, which will automatically boost you up for a good day ahead.

4.ATTENTION TO DRESSING:

Dress up well, as it will give you an extra sense of confidence and a fresh, renewed feeling for the day.

5.PLAN YOUR DAY:

Plan your day ahead. Add some good things to cheer you up, maybe thinking of meeting your good friend or a pal or even a great colleague at office might help in the “making you happy” part.

6.LOOK FORWARD TO EXCITING THINGS:

Also after work, a dinner or any other fun filled activity can be planned with friends which you enjoy, so that you can look forward to something exciting even in the middle of the day.

7.MOTIVATE YOURSELF:

Your inner motivating factor is important. Wake that up and inspire yourself with bright new ideas regarding your job or even your studies that how you can organize yourself more and can show your high productive level at tasks in the best way possible.

Monday might seem a drag but if we think and look at the whole self made dilemma, it is not. It’s a new day and one must always start and look forward to good things whether it’s Monday or a Tuesday or any day of the week. Because according to a very well known phrase “a man’s got to do what a man’s got to do”. So one must always carry the feel good feeling and with this positive approach, the stress reduction on a Monday morning is no wonder attainable.

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© 2011 Saadia A

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    • learner365 profile imageAUTHOR

      Saadia A 

      6 years ago

      Hey rahul0324... i appreciate your comment. I am glad you liked the tips.Thank you for coming by :)

    • rahul0324 profile image

      Jessee R 

      6 years ago from Gurgaon, India

      Ah! Great tips on monday blues.. aweosme, useful... jotted down.. ready to follow...

      great hub!

    • learner365 profile imageAUTHOR

      Saadia A 

      6 years ago

      Hey Cyndi...ahhh the gloomy cloudy weather really makes me feel down too :/

      but anyways thank you for appreciating. I also deal with my mood blues with dressing up. It surely helps :)

      Have a good Monday and a nice week ahead :)

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      Cynthia B Turner 

      6 years ago from Georgia

      Hey, great article. Mondays are even worse if they are cloudy (it is here) and rainy (not yet). Thanks for the tips. I like the dressing piece of it. That can make me feel good. Well done and sharing this Monday morning.

    • learner365 profile imageAUTHOR

      Saadia A 

      6 years ago

      Thank you sankari.nayagam for your votes. I will surely take a look at your Hub.That will be interesting to see !!!

    • sankari.nayagam profile image

      sankari.nayagam 

      6 years ago

      Cool hub! Enjoyed reading it! Voted up useful!

      I have tried to take a little video on Monday blues and have posted in my hub "Create movies using AVS video editor". Though I felt the message was good in the video, the video was little big (4 minutes). Do have a look at it when you get time!

    • learner365 profile imageAUTHOR

      Saadia A 

      6 years ago

      Thank you SanneL :)

    • SanneL profile image

      SanneL 

      6 years ago from Sweden

      Hehe!. . .great tips on how to fight the Monday blues!

    • learner365 profile imageAUTHOR

      Saadia A 

      7 years ago

      thelyricwriter, haha yeah hope the Monday passes for you well.Thanks a lot for the feedback on the article..I appreciate :)

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      Richard Ricky Hale 

      7 years ago from West Virginia

      up, useful, awesome, and interested. It is Monday and one of those days:( What can I say? Cool article.

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