monday

I used to spend the second half of Sunday dreading Monday morning -- what a waste of a perfectly good evening! Over the years, little tweaks to my routine and shifts in my intention have changed things to the point that I am definitely in the "I Love Mondays" camp. Here's what I've found that works:
Every Monday morning you can expect to see a social-media spike in one topic: #coffee. More and more, people are opting to save a few bucks by making their own coffee at home and taking it to-go.
Monday can, in fact, not suck. Monday can be amazing. It can be stress-free, productive without causing hair loss, and, believe it or not, you can actually look forward to it.
I had barely touched down in California when it was time to take off again. This time, to Detroit, to attend Netroots Nation, billed as the United States' biggest annual gathering of progressive activists, organizers and online social justice innovators.
But seriously, you have a lot of work to do. It's time to get your feet wet. It's time to focus on the super duper important
Red Beans and Rice The beans need to be soaked overnight beforehand. Plan ahead. Ladle over rice -- white rice is traditional
What's that one measly can of soda a day -- your afternoon treat -- really going to do? Quite a bit, according to many leading health organizations.
Use your independence. Use your confident and independent voice to show your professional style, your professional work ethic. Use your unique mindset to set you apart from the rest.
According to researchers, Monday mornings are so depressing that, on average, we don't crack our first smile until 11:16
There will be 1 billion fewer cigarettes smoked and 274 million fewer cigarettes littered if nobody lights up today. People say it is hard to stop smoking, but isn't it harder to keep doing it?
Animals are unconcerned about age, looks, or physical ability; they accept you just as you are. If you're thinking about getting a pet, seriously consider adopting.
Every 3.5 seconds someone dies of hunger. Every 11 seconds someone dies of AIDS. Every 15 seconds a child dies from a waterborne illness. 1 billion people have no access to clean drinking water.