What if every Monday was a New Year? You’d either be hungover or incredibly motivated.
Monday has become the most offensive swear word in the English Dictionary. Monday’s terror is so pervasive it creeps into Sunday. (I’m looking at you, Sunday scaries). What’s next, the Saturday shivers? Sounds like a disease.
Think of how people act New Year’s Day. It’s all hype—glamorous plans to get healthy, make money and climb mountains. Until it ends in February. That’s pretty impressive though, maintaining willpower that long.
What if we treated Mondays like a clean slate? Instead of dreading the week ahead, why not get excited about its potential? If we can stay motivated for two months I bet we can make it to the end of the week.
Imagine a life where we stick with our plans and accomplish our goals; a life when we wake up filled with energy, ready to tackle the day. We would get so much sh*t done. In fact, I don’t think the world is ready for Monday lovers.
But I’m not a Friday hater. Friday serves an important purpose; it’s a day to celebrate our hard work and shake off bad vibes from the week. TGIF (thank God it’s Friday) is still needed. But Monday could have a special role in our lives, too.
Magic Monday. Marvelous Monday. Monday the Magnificent. Push reset every Sunday night. Make Monday the New Year.
WIM. (Woohoo, it’s Monday).