Taking a little time on Sunday to organise the coming week is a great way to get ahead. But Sundays should also be relaxing so you're primed for the Monday morning rush. Here's a way to have the best of both worlds.
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If you usually wait until Sunday evening to get everything prepped for the week, Stephanie Booth at Fast Company suggests you flip things around and do it first thing in the morning. Wake up and do house chores, cook next week's meals, plan out your outfits, fill your schedule and shoot off a few quick emails.
Now you won't have anything hanging over your head all day and you can truly relax and rest up. You'll avoid the dreaded "Sunday night blues" and you can call it a night whenever you start to feel tired instead of as soon as you get some work stuff done.
Best of all, you'll be ready to take on the week.
Six Simple Sunday Habits To Set You Up For A Productive Week [Fast Company]