I don’t mind Mondays, to be honest.
I know, I know. Lots of you might think I’m crazy. But Monday is a beginning. The start of the work or school week, the first page of the business week. And I’m good at starting things.
In the beginning, I am full of enthusiasm and ideas and I can’t wait to get started on my next project. It’s easy to make lists and goals and begin the prep work or do the easy part of the project. The hard part is to keep going (that’s Tuesday). Every Monday, I make a plan and a list for the week. I have an idea of what I want to accomplish this week and on Monday, it seems pretty possible. On Tuesday, I’m usually wishing for Friday, and sometimes my Monday goals seem unrealistic.
So this Monday I’m making a new goal, and I’m keeping it.
I’m going to have a week of Mondays.
Bet you never heard anyone say that with a smile on their face!
I promise you, I’m not crazy and I’m not a glutton for self-punishment. I’m not looking for the bad things about Mondays. I’m looking for the good. I want to have a week of days with fresh starts and enthusiasm for my projects. I want to accomplish my list of goals for the week because I believe I can.
Surely I can have a week of Mondays (because don’t we all have those anyway?). Only instead of it being as horrible as it sounds, it’s going to be awesome. Because I am going to start my goals and finish them. And on Friday (Fifth Monday), I’m going to feel good.
What are you going to do this week?