(Closed) Sunday blues anyone?

posted 7 years ago in Career
Post # 3
Member
24 posts
Newbee

That sucks.  Right now I’m in school so I don’t have that “fear of the Mondays”, but when I had a job I usually did and wasted my weekends by worrying about work. I would say, try and pamper yourself.  Have a long bath/shower, do your nails, keep yourself occupied.  I know that when I’m anxious or stressed all I want to do is check my email every 5 minutes or not start anything but that usually makes it worst. 

Maybe make some coffee, make yourself a nice breakfast, clean up or organize your place.

Haha, I’m kinda blue this morning too, I have plans with a friend but not until early afternoon so I’m kinda of just hanging around the house.

Post # 4
Member
307 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2011

I usually feel this way too. I just finished graduate classes so the last few months have been better, but before that Sunday was my panic time thinking about everything I had to do in the coming week. FI and I have been long distance for more than half of our relationship. When we were separate but within doable weekend traveling distance, Sunday was also the day that I had to leave. All around my least favorite day of the week!

Post # 5
Member
612 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

I am right there with ya… already called and woke my mom up. Felt so bad 🙁

 

What does your FH do?

My FH is also working all day and night, so I was just curious, he is a fireman.

 

Post # 6
Hostess
18623 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2009

Yeah, I hate the fact that the weekend is almost over!  My dad and stepmom have kept us busy this weekend so there wasn’t a lot of relaxing like usual on the weekend.

Post # 8
Member
322 posts
Helper bee

The BF is out of town until the end of the week, thats why this weekend feels especially blah to me right now…

Post # 9
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2398 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: April 2010

My husband’s been out of town since last Monday and I’m going a bit stir crazy.  Keeping busy is all very well, but after seven whole days I’m sort of reaching the end of my tether.  Part of me feels exactly the way you do, another can’t wait for work because at least it’s something to DO.

*sigh*

Maybe I’ll clean out my closet.

Post # 10
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1297 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2011

I feel the same exact way you do.  I also know that come tomorrow once I am at work I will feel perfectly fine.  My issue is that come tomorrow, I will be wishing and hoping for Friday to arrive (especially since next weekend is 3 day!).  I love my job and get along great with my coworkers, but I think it’s the comfort of knowing those 2 precious days out of the week are MINE and no one (no Boss) can take them away from me! lol I try to keep busy on Sundays and usually look forward to watching a movie, show or just pamper myself.  But, regardless of what I do that “Sunday Blues” feeling always makes an apperance at some point! I have it now just knowing that the day is almost over =( 

Post # 11
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97 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: March 2016

OMG I’m so glad that there are others who feel this way as well. I started to think something was seriously wrong with me. It’s like I anticipate Fridays so much, by the time Sunday winds down, I’m dreading the rat race once again. It’s so annoying. I feel ok when I get back into my Monday groove too – but it’s just the fact of knowing the tons of work that will be flooding my inbox, calls on my phone, etc. I think it’s time I start learning how to relax and have more “me” time and stop trying to run every errand in the world on Saturdays/Sundays. 🙂

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