Set Your Goals
Big, small, long term, short term. Set them.Try starting with the week ahead. Give yourself one goal to achieve each day, whether it’s clearing out your email inbox (That gives me the fear!) or sending a text to a friend that you’ve been meaning to for a while. Which leads me on to my next point of….
How I love a list. I have lists for everything. Daily chore lists, weekly achievement lists, and a whole notebook of goal lists.
In this day of technology our phones seem to dominate our lives, but actually putting pen to paper, and then being able to put a nice big tick next to our achievement is a lot more satisfying than simply pressing the phone screen.
Taking a little time out on a Sunday evening to write your lists, will leave you not only feeling more organised but also ensures your less likely to forget that important thing that you’ve been meaning to do!
Dress Your Best
It’s Funny how clothes can set our mood. Donning a pair of sassy heels makes us feel like we could conquer the world and I always feel more motivated in the morning if I know I have something new and exciting to wear.
Buying a new outfit for each day of the week is definitely not financially viable for me (one day!) so the next best thing I find is to go through your wardrobe and plan out your outfits for the working week.
Being able to spend a little more time working out my outfits sometimes allows me to pair certain items with certain accessories that I would have usually thought of because of rushing around!
Sunday evenings are a great time to get your pamper on.
Turning my bathroom into a luxury spa is one of my favourite pastimes.
Face mask, hair mask, nails, tan.
All of it sets me up for a good Monday morning, but if I’m feeling particularly fancy, heading down to my local gym and spending a little me time in the spa is the perfect way to end the weekend.