Address the root cause
Sure, there are loads of things you can do to soften the pain of Sunday night blues (e.g. plan something you enjoy doing, exercise, set inspiring goals for the week ahead, gratitude journaling). The big problem with all of this? It doesn't address the root cause of the issue. If you want to get rid off the Sunday blues, you need to address the reason WHY they are appearing in the first place. Chances are you are dreading going back to work. Figure out why: does the culture of the company you work for not suit you? Do you dislike your boss or your team? Does your work not challenge you enough? Or does it challenge you too much? Do you dread the commute? Do you feel uninspired by what you do? Do you feel stuck in your current environment? Do you disagree with how things are done at work? Once you know what is really bothering you, you can decide what you want to do about it.
What You'll Need
- A notebook can help - writing things down will help you to get clarity
What You'll Do
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