Monday is the beginning of the week and is often seen as a bad day in the making. However, the start of a new week should be treated more like the start of a new year. We can use some Monday blessings to boost our week and treat Mondays like new opportunities.
Monday blessings to boost your week are perfect quotes to start the week off on a healthy and positive note. We all know what Monday means to the world. In fact, we even have a sickness named after the idea, the Mondays.
Having a case of the Mondays means having a bad day. It is the day that comes after our mini vacations every week. We are forced to fall back into the routine of waking up, getting ready, going to work, coming home, cooking and eating dinner, and then showering and going to sleep again.
Of course, some things happen in between, but it is a significant shift from the weekend. We had complete control over what we were doing with our time on Saturday and Sunday.
Then to kiss that sense of freedom goodbye every Monday morning leads to a case of the Mondays. But what about the new year? We say goodbye to one year and celebrate the start of another.
We are celebrating another year full of Mondays, so what’s the difference? The difference is our mindset. But if the mindset is the only difference, then can’t we apply that same way of thinking to Mondays?
Monday blessings can help remind us that Monday is another new week, another opportunity to improve. Monday is our chance to toss away the previous week and focus on getting closer to our goals, which is worth celebrating.
No more Mondays for us; we are more focused on using that time to better our lives in as many easy as possible.
“Today is your opportunity to build the tomorrow you want.” -Ken Poirot
“It’s Monday, I’m happy, I’m blessed, and I’m going to do amazing things this week.” -Unknown
“Monday morning is the start of a new story. Make it a good one.” -Doe Zantamata
“Today is Monday, and a week full of blessings is ahead.” -Unknown
“As you wake up to the newness of the week, may gladness fill your heart and soul.” -Unknown