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Old 06-10-2002, 02:32 PM   #1
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How do you usually prepare for the work week?

What I mean is, what do you do Sunday afternoon/evening with the weekend winding to a close and the work week starting the next day? I like to barbeque and have a glass of cabernet. I actually like Sunday evening. I feel really calm and I like to enjoy the sunset.
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hmm. I try to get to bed a bit earlier than I did the night before. umm, except that didnt't work last night. bother!

seriously tho, I like to organize my perpetual clutter and make a list of what I want to accomplish next week, so I don't wake up Monday morning feeling like it's already spinning out of control.
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How about "how do you survive a work week?!" with its monotany.... blahhhhhhhhhhhh
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Roll out of bed Monday morning feeling like crap.

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Drinking, smoking, and complaining about life while listening to britpop (usually oasis or pulp) on a small balcony overlooking a grocery store parking lot.
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lol Sicy!
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Drinking, smoking, and complaining about life while listening to britpop (usually oasis or pulp) on a small balcony overlooking a grocery store parking lot.
I do this and also usually have an emotional breakdown.
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I chill out and watch TV on Sunday nights. Monday morning, I leave for work a little early so I can just take a ride and crank U2.
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wish I could do that Pubbie! Usually I'm:
  • ironing clothes for the week
    making lunches for the week
    making lists for the week
    trying to gear down/psych up for the week
    TRYING to enjoy the sunset (my fave time of day!)
    trying to get a decent's night's sleep without 100 work-related things in my brain that I know I'll have to do that week! (I'm constantly busy at my job)

whoever said 'Sunday is a day of rest', didn't live my life!
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Funny you should mention this pub crawler. We have just had the Queen's birthday long weekend in Australia. It flew by so quickly and I realised at the end of it my hub spent almost the whole time working at home. I think trying to make a moment to just chill is important(perhaps especially as you get older) So I like your plan, it's a good one.
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