I like Monday morning. I like Monday.
I like Friday too, but I don’t count it down or super celebrate Hump Day every Wednesday.
If you’re waking up today and dreading the work week ahead, it may be time for you to take another look at your career (and your priorities).
I’ve discovered two of my passions in this working world.
#1 I teach 5-year olds. Kindergarten kiddos are my career; they are my reason to look forward to Monday (and Tuesday and Wednesday…) and snow days. 🙂
#2 I teach people how to maintain their healthy lifestyle. I share Young Living essential oils.
If you have found your passion, your calling, your WHY… make sure you thank God for that every single day.
Be sure to thank Him even more on the hard days … that’s when he’s helping you grow.
You can grow to anticipate the week ahead.
Do you realize how many people are waking up on this Monday morning dreading the day (the 5 days) ahead?
Do you know how many people back their car into that parking spot just so they can pull out of work as fast as possible?
If you’re not doing what you love every single day, take a day off this week and begin to think about how you would like to wake up on Monday morning.
Make a plan. Set a goal. Follow through. Find your passion. Change your Monday morning.
I have been blessed to be able to put my passion and my career into an amazing 7-day work week; I am grateful for finding my passions; I just happen to get paid to follow those passions.
It’s not called work when passion drives you. It’s not work when you have a purpose.
It’s not work when you pull face first into that parking spot.
Make this Monday morning your wake up call.