Here are some different reasons why this day can be particularly rough.
“Seems impossible now but there was a time not so long ago when you’d go a whole weekend without hearing a word from the president."
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"During my time in the priesthood, my mind was always full of philosophy and theories. There was way too much information
2. Rules run the house in many ways. The house is a community, your own little village that runs fairly smoothly a good part
These tips go beyond scheduling time for yourself and doing good deeds.
I've noticed a pattern that when I don't have anything planned for the weekend, by Monday I'm drained. You would think my time of solitude would have the opposite effect where I'd be more refreshed from the peace and quiet.
20. Every day, every outing is a chance to learn something new, spend time with great people and grow into our beautiful
Doing piles of laundry, cleaning and finishing up some leftover work assignments. These dreary tasks are not what successful
Ok, yes, les Puces means the fleas. But how many fleas have you seen in flea markets? Most likely none. In Paris, going daily or weekly to the markets for fruits, vegetables, cheeses, breads, meat, flowers and all sorts of food is a ritual very cherished, as nothing beats the freshness of farmers' food. Who likes supermarkets?
For the most part, I love numbers. However, there is one number that I am struggling to embrace: 171. No, it's not my weight; neither is it my IQ. It's weekends. Yes, weekends.
Once you've ordered your scramble and coffee, it's time to get to the real main course: the cocktail.
What's the mark of a good weekend? If you asked a thousand different people, you'd get a thousand different answers, but
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It's a vicious cycle: We get more stressed at work as the week goes on, but once the weekend rolls around, instead of taking time to rest and recharge, we're busy checking things off our to-do list and responding to neglected emails. When the alarm goes off on Monday morning, we start yet another week feeling depleted.
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