For most of us the weekend is a respite from our day jobs. But that doesn’t mean it’s necessarily relaxing. In fact, for many of us, come Monday, we’re fatigued and frustrated — and we’ve yet to enter the office.
As author and blogger Laura Vanderkam writes in her latest e-book What Most Successful People Do on the Weekend: A Short Guide to Making the Most of Your Days Off, “These days disappear into chores, errands, inefficient e-mail checking, unconsciously chosen television marathons, or a death march of children’s activities that suck the energy out of chauffeuring adults.”
Sound familiar? All of the above can feel like a litany of non-negotiable activities. Even if TV watching is relaxing to you, hours spent vegging out on the couch is rarely that restorative.
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