Unmotivated at your day job?
Do you start planning your weekend long in advance?
Do you start thinking about what you’re going to do on the weekends as early as Monday morning?
We all need something to look forward to. But people all around us remind us to stay in the moment. For example, how many times have you heard this?
“Live for today!”
Or this timeless classic:
“Enjoy each day because you never know if there will be a tomorrow.”
Well, it’s my conjecture that most of us, unless we are retired or really enjoy our jobs, live for the future. I am definitely guilty of this but I tend to think it’s a healthy practice. Having activities to look forward to is beneficial to a positive outlook on life. At least we aren’t depressed and feeling sorry for ourselves in what could possibly be a mundane job. Getting through the week is so much easier when we have fun times to look forward to. While I’m not exactly “living for the weekend”, I make it a point to have something to look forward to and I’m happier for it.
How do you approach each day of your working life?
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