As many people prepare to go into lockdown to prevent the spread of Coronavirus, it can be easy to lose track of time, especially the mornings.
There is a popular saying, which is that, mornings are the most important part of the day. The tone you set for your morning is what will take you through your entire day.
The same goes for your week. The tone you set for Mondays will determine how the rest of your week will go. This simply means that if you start your week on the right foot, you will enjoy a mostly productive week as your mind will be in the right frame throughout the week.
However, if you don’t set the right tone for the week, you will most likely have an unproductive week, and then spend a lot of time wondering what went wrong.
And you know where all this starts from? Yes, it all starts from your Monday morning.
Today’s Monday Motivational quote is from Lemony Snicket, a fictional character created by American writer, Daniel Handler. Handler is known for the Children’s series, A Series of Unfortunate Events, which Snicket features in.
His quote goes thus:
“Morning is an important time of day, because how you spend your morning can often tell you what kind of day you are going to have.” – Lemony Snicket.
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Mornings are the perfect time to properly plan your day and make sure that your day goes smoothly. If Monday fails to be all that you want it to be, there’s always the next day.
However, we must plan to make every day the best day it can be. After all, he who fails to plan, plans to fail. And imagine how horrible it would be to have a terrible and unproductive week just because you failed to put your Monday morning in order.
What are your plans for having a productive week during this lockdown? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below.
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