monday morning blues

India
April 23, 2007 11:54am CST
hey ppl........it really amazes me taht its the fouth job ive taken up, a petty hike to start of with, though I had a couple of many far higher paying ones i didnt opt for. I have taken the job i really dreamt of since long, but i still suffer from the monday morning blue syndrome......is that in ur case as well. I love what i do more than anything, but still wake up gloomy and disinteretsed to go to work monday morning. how many share this same DISEASE with me. pls advise how to get over it too.
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@asmurthy (2464)
• India
20 Jun 07
There's actually a scientific explanation behind those dreaded Monday morning blues. Our internal clocks naturally operate on a day that is longer than 24 hours. By the time Monday rolls around each week, we've built up a sleep deficit of at least an hour. Of course, the weekend revelries and facing another work week don't help matters. See to it that you sleep one hour more.
• India
20 Jun 07
wow.i ne'er even had a clue about that. makes alot of sense and explains why i feel so.......So now i can tell my boss that im SCIENTIFICALLY proven to be lazy and unproductive on Monday---so it would be better if u allow me comp offs on mOndays too......LOL cheers n thx
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@asmurthy (2464)
• India
20 Jun 07
Thanks for the best response.
@funfreak2k2 (1740)
• India
23 Apr 07
i think i too have it but not so strong. i do feel lazy to go office on monday morning but definitely its not overwhelming. so i cannot offer you any advice. sorry :-)
• India
24 Apr 07
sure mate, thx anyway. Im hoping to receive loads a more posts to know that we are not the only ones who suffer from this 'disease'