7 February 2018

Having the Friday-feeling every day of the week

There is something about Friday that makes everyone just a little happier. And I know, some of us have to work in the weekends (including me) but we still get that exciting feeling every Friday. But how awesome would it be to have this feeling throughout the whole week?! In this blogpost I'll explain some things which might help you to change the feeling you only have on a Friday, to the rest of the week. 

The first thing you should do is to plan exciting things. Last week I've planned a trip with my mom to the botanical gardens of Meise. It was planned a week ahead and I can definitely say that every day closer to Sunday I got more and more excited. It doesn't always have to be like going on a trip, you can also plan a day at home and make a to-do list of all the things you want to do that day. Just try to plan some small things to look forward to and to be excited about. 

Another big thing is to change your mindset about Fridays. Everyone loves Fridays because the weekend is about to happen. But you can also look the same way at Mondays because it's the first day of the week which means new opportunities, new chances, new to-do lists, etc. You can make every day as excited as you want it to be, you just have to change your mindset.

The thing about a Friday that people love so much is the idea of being 'free'. Some of us think that when it's weekend they are finally able to do the things they love and things they actually want to do, and that's wrong. You should be able to do the things you like every single day. The trick is to make a balance. If you work from 9am-17pm, your 'free' time starts from 17pm. For the longest time I never wanted to do anything else if I had to work that day because I had to relax and do nothing. Don't get me wrong, relaxing after a long day at work is totally fine, but if you have a hobby like I do which is writing and drawing etc you'll have to make time for that. You waste so much time if you only want to do these things in the weekend. 
I don't have the perfect job that gives me a lot of satisfaction, not at all. And that is why I want to work on my goals every single day. I can't waste my time waiting until I have my day off to actually do something. Each day I work on my goals I get one step closer to achieving them, and that's the most satisfying feeling I can get.

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