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.
“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.
Top 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.
Top 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.
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!