13 Reminders That Mondays Really Aren't As Painful As You Think
There's no better feeling than Friday at 5 pm and no worse feeling than Monday at 7 am, am I right?
Sure, Fridays are awesome; it's comforting to know you have two days of absolute freedom ahead of you. You can sleep through the middle of the day, take tequila shots without suffering the consequences of a hungover work or school day and watch Netflix to your heart's content.
Although I'm the first to admit Mondays can be rough (I usually don't fully wake up until noon), there's also something kind of refreshing about them.
Mondays are a blank slate. And if you did it right (i.e. didn't drink the entire weekend), you're probably feeling a little more energetic than you did on Friday, even if that energy doesn't kick in until mid-afternoon.
Truth be told, Mondays aren't as devastating as we like to pretend they are.
Let these 13 tweets serve as a little reminder of all the opportunity Monday brings.
Post-coffee, Mondays can be kind of refreshing.
— Beneath The Brand (@BeneaththeBrand) January 11, 2016
Your pets certainly don't mind Monday mornings.
Monday is basically New Year's Day, but every week.
— Gareth L Powell (@garethlpowell) January 11, 2016
Saturday mornings are great and all, but you certainly don't get to see the sunrise.
Mondays are an excuse to eat whatever you want.
Seriously, whatever you want…
Finishing your Monday morning workout feels pretty f*cking good.
— Wayne McClure (@Ultrashotone) January 11, 2016
Monday is all about crushing those goals.
— Rassie Pieterse (@Rassie_Pieterse) January 11, 2016
Drinking way too much coffee (with lots of sugar in it) is totally acceptable because, ugh, Monday.
Monday is an opportunity to make creative fashion decisions.
There's a certain quietness about Mondays.
— Katelyn Block (@ChefKatelyn) January 11, 2016
Hello, blank slate.
— Making It Happen! (@I_need_leads) January 11, 2016
You can make corny jokes and everyone will forgive you. Embrace it.
Have a great week, everyone!
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