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How To Utilize Sundays To Make Your Week Easier

Take to for reflection

Spend some time alone reflecting on what you’ve accomplished in the past week, which areas of your life need improvement, and what you’re grateful for.

Make this a ritual. It can help you become more self-aware, put things in perspective and learn from your mistakes.

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Plan some Sunday self-care

Treating yourself well on Sunday can help you feel better about Monday. You can try:

  • Serenity—a form of relaxation, like meditation or deep breathing
  • Exercise—anything from yoga to running
  • Love—expressing gratitude
  • Food—eating nutrient-rich foods high in vitamin B6 and avoiding caffeine and alcohol.
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“Work, Play, Fit, Push” Framework
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1. Set priorities on Sunday.

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