I love Mondays

Unpopular opinion: I love Mondays. Monday is the most hated day because it symbolises the end of the weekend and the return to the grind.

But why is that?

First and foremost, Mondays offer a clean slate. Here’s the chance to wipe away the remnants of the previous week (and weekend!) and start with a fresh mindset. It’s like hitting the reset button on life.
After a weekend of relaxation and rejuvenation, I wake up on Monday morning ready for my routine and the busy week ahead.

Moreover, Mondays provide an excellent opportunity to reflect on the past week. I take some time (and some coffee!) to evaluate my progress, learn from any mistakes or setbacks, and make adjustments to my goals and plans. Mondays serve as a natural checkpoint, allowing me to assess what worked and what didn’t, enabling me to refine my strategies. With this introspection, I gain clarity and focus, setting the stage for a productive and successful week.

In addition, Mondays offer a chance to reconnect with colleagues. As much as I enjoy my small circle, there’s something invigorating about starting the week by engaging with the amazing people I work with. Sharing stories of the weekend, exchanging ideas, and collaborating on projects: all contribute to a vibrant atmosphere that fuels creativity and motivation. Mondays serve as a social catalyst, providing an opportunity to forge new connections and strengthen existing ones.

So, while many people dread the arrival of Mondays, I embrace the beginning of the week.

In conclusion, loving Mondays might be unconventional, but for me, Mondays represent a chance to reflect, recalibrate my goals, fuel my self-discipline, and connect with others.

Thank you for reading,


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Simona Zucca

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