Mondays are often busy with meetings and tasks to get ready for the week, and everyone's trying to get the week off to a productive start. If you need time to actually get things done without distraction, hunker down on Fridays so you can have a fresh, flexible start on Monday. Image from aforero.
Even if you feel worn out by the end of the week, it's a good time to handle work you've been putting off so you're not swamped doing it — along with everything else that comes up — on Monday. Maybe you've been putting off a call to a difficult client or are hesitant to wade through spreadsheets, but the best way to stop procrastinating and wrap up your week is to just get started on the task you're dreading. For more tips on how to make Mondays more productive, check out the link below.
12 Ways to Beat the Monday Blues [Forbes]