Happy Monday (said no one ever)!

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By Dylan R.N. Crabb

 

Perhaps you all have noticed in my writing that I’m not a very optimistic person.  One could accurately describe me as a grouch or (in the spirit of the upcoming Christmas season) a Scrooge.  I’m usually the person in a group asking questions like “why do this” or “what purpose does this serve?”  That mentality has utility but it’s also important to remind yourself about the positive things in your life as well.  “Counting your blessings,” as the saying goes.

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Photo Credit: <http://runtime-era.blogspot.com/2013/07/being-pessimistic-programmer-but.html>

My pessimistic disposition usually paints Monday as a negative day in my mind as the day marks the beginning of a new work week with the next weekend furthest from it.  This mentality can be flipped over for an opposite feeling.  Why not look at Monday as the start of new opportunities for the new week?  A new week means new things to do and more acts to accomplish.  A day to re-organize your goals, short-term and long-term.

Sunday and Monday =

planning days

 

 

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Photo Credit: <https://twitter.com/MondayMotivater/status/800601512665870336>

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Make it a goal to find more inspiration and motivation on Monday.

 

 

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