April 2, 2013 8:53pm CST
Last week we had a 4 days holiday, including sunday. Until now, it was already mid-week, I still feel some hangover by the previous holidays but I really need to go back to work to avoid backlogs. How about you mylotters, how do you conquer holiday hangovers? Good day mylotters!
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21 Apr 13
Hi there Asdomencil! That is one long holiday and you are right that as much as we enjoy such long holidays, we usually get hangovers and would be too lazy to o back to work. Well, we just need to find inspiration - it could be the money or our pay, our loved ones, somebody from work, our friends and how we can share with each other what we did for the long holiday. Maybe a treat for yourself before you go back to work, like your dose of coffee that you always have when you're working or a special treat like a chocolate bar or any kind of food that you love most.
23 Apr 13
That is one thing I always keep in mind. I am working not for myself but for my family. However, thinking of the past holidays really makes me feel lazy. When I arrived at work, I do something that will make me cheer-up and will continue to work.
• Marikina, Philippines
12 Apr 13
I do not feel any holiday hangovers but, sometimes I felt that hangovers during holiday. Mostly I encounter hangovers when my friends and I went out for a 'gimik' or if we have any recreational activities or when my family and I went outside for a trip vocation in a province, that is the time I feel hangover but, I am glad I stay work online to earn money rather than doing a job outside from home or else there would be an angry boss who would shout at me during working hours... ha ha ha ha ha
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
3 Apr 13
Hi, I always get back to work without that feeling of crawling back to bed on a Monday morning and extending the holidays. The first rule I don't break is to go easy on the night before, going to bed early so I can wake up early. It means no more late night parties, or other activities that involves going to sleep after midnight or early dawn. That practice of going out and going home late is, for me, one sure way to make for a heavy headed and woozy Monday morning. If I have time, I would spend an hour or two of a quiet Sunday afternoon in the office just hanging around, setting a few things in order and going home afterwards. That way, I don't lose the momentum of the past week and carrying it over to the next, coming prepared for that dreadful Monday and beating its blues.
3 Apr 13
I really think that there should be a one-day buffer between Sundays and Mondays. I still don't know how to cope up with going back to the real world. Sometimes I just sleep it off, but it hardly works. I still feel the laziness, and it demotivates me to pull myself off of bed to get in the shower.
3 Apr 13
Oh I am guilty of this. I spent almost 2 months vacation in my hometown last week of January till 2nd week of March- but still I am too lazy to start with my daily routine most especially to work. I feel like spending another month holiday due to this summer heat.