This is a guest post written by Clare Dyckhoff.
You’ve made it through five mornings dominated by that dreaded alarm tune.
Your veins are still pumped with coffee and you’ve seen an entire day dedicated to #ThatFridayFeeling – it must be the weekend!
Now, what is it going to be?
Long lie in with no pangs of guilt, followed by some tasty pastries and orange juice?
The opportunity to finally catch up with your old pal Netflix, who has constantly been reminding you how neglected they’re feeling as of late, or cramming enough brunch dates into your two blissful days of rest that avocados are quaking in their boots everywhere?
Two days. Two glorious days of freedom, opportunity, exciting events and great plans.
But it’s now Sunday morning – you’re reading this surrounded by a semi-empty pizza box and a half drunk bottle of wine and all you really want to do is stay in bed for the rest of today. “Well, there’s always next weekend.” I can hear you pulling the covers back over your head but it’s okay…you’re among friends here.
When you’re eternally busy during the week, the last thing you want to do is have a ram-packed weekend. And you know what? I salute you. You work hard during the week; you are well within your right to enjoy your well-earned weekend if that’s what you want.
But if you’re getting fed up of the ‘I wish I did more this weekend’ dread come Sunday evening, I am here to help propel you into the realm of productivity. Now let’s get cracking.