After a long and week at work, you totally deserve it. Here are few ways to manage your weekends productively so as you feel charged on Monday.
Finally, it’s Friday!
Ever since you have to get up for work on a Monday you badly await the end of working hours on a Friday. You’re so excited that you close your PC, without saving those documents, bolt to the nearest party and enjoy with your friends. And why should you not? After a long and arduous week at work, you totally deserve it. But there are times when you get carried away so much in the joy of celebrating your time off from work, that before you know it, the weekend’s over.
Here are few ways to manage your weekends productively so as to make you feel charged on Monday. Read on!
Set your goals
It definitely sounds boring to plan your weekend as it is that time of the week when you let yourself loose. But a planned way of having fun works better than letting the weekend flow. You need not schedule it as you schedule your weekdays. Just make a list of few important things in ascending order of priority list and try to accomplish them. Even if you get yourself to do two or three of them, your weekend should be considered productive.
Working continuously could be monotonous. Try and indulge in activities that you are not able to give time to during the weekdays, and mind you that does not include watching TV throughout the weekend. Invest time in your hobby. Take part in physical activities to give your mind some rest.
Early rise makes you wise
Being a part of that category of people who love to sleep, I wouldn’t really suggest you to not make up for those sleepless weekdays nights. However, waking up early helps you to maintain the weekday schedule. You can easily make up for the rest of the sleep after you’ve accomplished one of the things on the list you made. If you feel tired during the day, an afternoon nap can completely refresh your mind and restore your energy.
Sunday eve blues
I totally understand what you feel on a Sunday evening. However, rather than sulking about the coming morning, I go out to explore places and street food and keep telling myself that the next weekend is just five days away. Plan a family dinner at home and make sure you spend some time catching up on the latest events in your family or your friends.
The best way to have a constructive weekend is to avoid using technology as much as possible.
After all, it is because of that, that you spend a stressful week. Unwind yourself and indulge in a constructive and happy time, this weekend.