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How to Deal with Mondays

Posted in , by on June 29, 2015 and has no comments yet

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It comes round every week yet many of us still struggle with Mondays! Even if you love your job or have had a relaxing weekend, there’s something about Mondays that we just can’t handle.

It doesn’t have to be this way; Mondays are good – the start of a new week, a fresh start. So let’s tackle Mondays together, after all when the sound of your alarm is ringing in your ear and reality sinks in, you’re not alone.

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So start the day with some exercise. To go into great detail about the importance of exercise is a whole new blog article in itself however; exercise in the morning is a brilliant way to start the day. We’re not talking an intense gym session, although this is fine too, but even just a brisk walk around the block, filling your lungs with fresh air and getting the blood flow working around your body. Exercise also releases endorphins which make us happy – something that will help you start Monday on the right track.

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Also, don’t procrastinate on a Monday just because it’s Monday.  Think of how amazing Friday will be if you tackle all those big, difficult tasks at work on a Monday? We’ll tell you how it’s going to feel, it’s going to feel marvellous!

Make Monday a productive day; it’ll go quicker that way too. The busier you are the better. Why not organise something fun to finish the day off like a delicious dinner or a drink with friends?

Or rather than deal with Mondays, why not extend your weekend? Book a midweek break somewhere relaxing and enjoy next Monday in a different way, and we know juuuuust the place!

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To book your Monday getaway view our latest breaks and New Forest special offers or give our helpful Reservations team a call 01590 624467. 

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