Top 5 reasons why I LOVE Mondays

why I love Mondays

For many peo­ple, Mon­day is a curse. After a long or short week­end, usu­al­ly the lat­ter, I under­stand why peo­ple find it dif­fi­cult to start their week. I, how­ev­er, have 5 rea­sons why I love Mondays. 🙂

Top 1 reason why I love Mondays: Mondays are best for catch-ups with colleagues.why I love Mondays

Did you do any­thing spe­cial at the week­end?” is a top-gross­ing ques­tion on Mon­days. Cof­fee breaks are pep­pered with con­ver­sa­tions of how much or how lit­tle they did on the week­end. Some even have pho­tos to show of their spec­tac­u­lar Sat­ur­day and Sunday.

Top 2 reason why I love Mondays: Mondays give you the opportunity to do the work you weren’t able to accomplish the week before.

Final­ly, you can now fin­ish what you want­ed to do last week. Feel­ing fresh after the break, you may even have a sur­plus of ener­gy to get the job done quicker.

why I love MondaysTop 3 reason why I love Mondays: Mondays give you a a fresh start.

The week before may not have been kind, but that’s all in the past, and Mon­days make that offi­cial. With the begin­ning of the week comes a reset but­ton and a fresh start for everything.

Top 4 reason why I love Mondays: Mondays allow you to fix something that was bugging you at the weekend.

Have you ever had a task that you remem­bered over the week­end and can’t do any­thing about? Mon­days allow you to rec­ti­fy that and final­ly put the nag­ging feel­ing to rest.

why I love MondaysTop 5 reason why I love Mondays: Mondays are perfect for meetings as everyone seems rejuvenated and productive.

Mon­day meet­ings are usu­al­ly the best as col­leagues seem to pos­sess a clear­er mind than most days. After a relax­ing week­end, peo­ple may have a dif­fer­ent per­spec­tive on con­tro­ver­sial issues as well.

why I love Mondays

I’m just jok­ing — I don’t love Mon­days!  I hon­est­ly don’t. Today is Sun­day and the line “weekend’s near­ly over” keeps play­ing in my head. I kid you not.

Share this if you like Mon­days as much (or as lit­tle) as I do. Cheers!

Top 5 ways people handle money

ways people handle money

Peo­ple see and treat mon­ey dif­fer­ent­ly. Some see it as a trea­sure that they keep for the rest of their lives. Some use it to invest in some­thing, while oth­ers let it burn a hole in their pock­ets. Read about the top 5 ways peo­ple han­dle mon­ey. What would they do if they had a wind­fall of $300?

 Top 1: The Big Spendways people handle money

With a wind­fall of $300, some peo­ple would buy one item that is extreme­ly expen­sive. These peo­ple are drawn to the pop­u­lar and pricey brands, and noth­ing else will give them con­tent­ment. They might even be will­ing to shell out a bit more to foot the bill if $300 isn’t enough.

Top 2: The Collectionways people handle money

Some peo­ple would use up all the mon­ey but wouldn’t be con­tent with just one item. They are not immune to spend­ing every­thing on non-brand­ed items, as quan­ti­ty, not brand names, is what tru­ly mat­ters to them.

Top 3: The Practical

Some peo­ple are always in search of a good find. In their mind, expen­sive brands do not nec­es­sar­i­ly trans­late to qual­i­ty, so they would rather buy one item and keep the rest of the mon­ey for the next poten­tial good buy.

Top 4: The Goal Saverways people handle money

Some peo­ple wouldn’t get tempt­ed into buy­ing any­thing for the $300 as they wouldn’t feel the need to cel­e­brate the wind­fall. Every cent should be saved for some­thing they have already decid­ed to buy or invest­ed in some­thing impor­tant, such as a car or a house.

Top 5: The Forgetful Saverways people handle money

Some peo­ple would save the full amount of $300, sim­i­lar to every cent they’ve received, but wouldn’t remem­ber set­ting the mon­ey aside. They are like­ly to have bank accounts that are dor­mant and draw­ers with some tucked-away cash for some­thing they may have also for­got­ten about.

What would you do if by some stroke of luck you end­ed up with $300? Tell us how you would han­dle the money.

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Top 5 things to do on the train or bus

things to do on the train or busMany peo­ple want to live near their place of work because catch­ing the bus or train is deemed by most to be time-con­sum­ing and excru­ci­at­ing­ly dull. Catch­ing pub­lic trans­port doesn’t have to be painful; in fact, it can even be an excel­lent use of time. We all know we can lis­ten to some music or a pod­cast, watch a video or a replay of an episode of Game of Thrones, or play games, but what oth­er inter­est­ing things can we do on the train or bus?

Top 1 thing to do on the train or bus: Work or study

Many peo­ple avoid tak­ing home work or study­ing at home as they see their dwelling place as a sacred space. If a long train or bus ride is unavoid­able, use this time to get some work done. Read, plan for the fol­low­ing day or even fin­ish reports on the train.

Top 2 thing to do on the train or bus: People-watch

things to do on the train or busI think people’s lives are fas­ci­nat­ing, and with the risk of seem­ing strange, I admit that I love peo­ple-watch­ing. I watch peo­ple incon­spic­u­ous­ly, so I don’t freak them out. Among my favourites are the dynam­ics between an exas­per­at­ed moth­er and a mis­chie­vous child, some­one sleep­ing on the train whose head keeps slid­ing down and into the wait­ing shoul­ders of a train mate, and how peo­ple act in an over­ly crowd­ed space where move­ment is a luxury.

Top 3 thing to do on the train or bus: Introspection

We’re too absorbed in every­thing hap­pen­ing around us that intro­spec­tion can only be done when we’ve got extra time on our hands. Train rides have allowed me to think about myself and my life — the good, the bad and the unknown. It’s not rare to find me star­ing into space, some­times with tears that could be born from joy or sad­ness. Don’t judge! 🙂

thngs to do on the train or busTop 4 thing to do on the train or bus: Arts and Crafts

Some peo­ple put on make­up on the train or bus. Some keep them­selves enter­tained. Oth­ers do cre­ative stuff — they sew, knit or draw. It’s amaz­ing how much peo­ple can accom­plish and how relaxed they feel after their artis­tic ses­sion on the train.

Top 5 thing to do on the train or bus: Write ideas in your journal.

I come up with my list of top 5s on the train or a list of stuff I need to do or can do. I write poems, sto­ries and songs. I come up with solu­tions to prob­lems, and some­times dis­cov­er prob­lems, and with the 10-min walk imme­di­ate­ly fol­low­ing my train ride, I find a solu­tion to them as well.

things to do on the train or bus

Find some­thing to do on the train or bus, and even your 1-hour trip will seem to go fast. Enjoy!

 

 

 

 

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