The reason why I don’t dread Mondays

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Because I work for myself, Mondays have always felt like a day filled with possibility. I don’t dread the day and I also don’t count the days until the weekend. This has been so for my entire life. Is it completely stress-free and all perfect? No, of course not, but I would not have it any other way.

Too many people seem to dread Mondays, and they certainly life for Friday evenings. From a young age, any day of the week, including Monday, is a good day. Here's why.
I love working from my couch

I love working from home and although I have an office that I share with my husband, I prefer to work from the couch, sitting at the dining room table, even propped up in bed, and when the weather permits, in the backyard.

I have never had a problem with self-discipline and getting stuff done (courtesy of an obsessive-compulsive and addictive personality). As memberships for yoga studios and gyms are getting more and more expensive, I increasingly work out from home. I aso don’t have an issue with that.

I feel super fortunate on both counts (work and working out) because I know most people struggle with motivation. Is that you? What gets in the way of you accomplishing your goals? I’m honestly curious, because then maybe I can create content that helps you do just that.

Is this for everyone? Probably not. I don’t mind working by myself, in fact I’m more efficient and productive on my own. I can work with a team, but I like to physically be removed from it so less time is wasted.

Are you self-motivated or do you struggle with that? What would you like to know about someone who is not only able to but prefers to work from home?

Too many people seem to dread Mondays, and they certainly life for Friday evenings. From a young age, any day of the week, including Monday, is a good day. Here's why.  #entrepreneur #selfemployed #bloggerr
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