Is there a particular day of the week or weather condition that has a negative impact on your mood? It could be after having a marvelous weekend you just discovered that assignment that's due on Monday. Or maybe you just got the nerve to try out a new "do" and its started to rain. What is it that really gets you into the "neutral zone"?
When I used to work ... Sunday nights were the worst part of the week for me. It seemed like all the joy of the day suddenly vanished as the realization that I had to go back to work invaded my consciousness.
I guess I dread Monday, since I work Monday thru Friday. Monday there is paperwork that occurred over the weekend. I work in a nursing home. The best day is Friday. The work for the week is done. Admissions slow down. Documentation is completed. I am a Recreation Director so normally we end the week with an entertainer and party or some other special event. When Friday comes and soon it is over I feel as though wow another week gone by, but at least my work is done. Than the weekend comes which is also goes by too fast. Now its Monday. Also if it rains on the Monday or is cloudy or cold it makes it feel as though the week will drag, no matter how busy I am.
Every weekend are marvelous whatever the weather condition be, as there are lots of learning, personal pampering and of course, getting outside for a run. But it really become terrific with the onset of Monday morning and it become worst when it showering and you have to reach office on time to complete the task.
I suppose it also depends of how much you enjoy your job (if you work on Mondays) as to the effect of how Mondays are. The rain can be relaxing in the sense that you don't feel too guilty about staying indoors.
Rainy days make me melancholy. Mondays mean that Studio C will be on BYUTV - and I love to watch it with my granddaughter.
Presently I only work a "real job" on Thursdays. (Believe me, I'd LIKE to be working more often! Still looking for more gigs.)
I don't leave for work till 3pm, but that morning is always stressful, because I'm constantly watching the clock. I don't get much writing done on that day.
Friday mornings (the day after work) are also challenging, as I'm usually in what we term "circle scramble" from channeling all night. It's a happy, bemused and groggy feeling but I rarely have energy that day.
I love almost all weather except for the violent heat of a FL summer. I love/dread thunderstorms. I enjoy the wild energy of a storm, but it also means that one of the dogs will freak.
I do notice that I have trouble sleeping during the full moon. She's always peeking in my window, wanting me to play.
I like any day public transit is running on time, and I make connections, and get a seat on the train. I am an all weather girl with simple needs.
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