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March 27, 2018 Tuesday 03:21:22 PM IST

Take Away the Sunday Night Blues

Leadership Instincts

Sunday night is depressive not only for the students, but for most of the employees too, says study. The thought about  the coming week, the assignments, meetings, works etc give away the energy that was accumulated during Saturday. Here are some tips to keep the blues away.

Do not check your work mails on Sunday:

Monday is just hours away. Then why should you be worried about official mails on Sunday?

Keep yourself engaged:

Do not let the thought enter your brain and control you. Make the Sunday night a good one. Watch a good movie at your home or try  out a new restaurant. Do not spoil the hours left.

Don't wait for weekend:

You can plan a small engagement on weekdays too. Plan a small outing with your partner or friends on Wednesday night. Go out for a small shopping on Tuesday. Plan something like that so that you don't have to wait till next weekend to relax.

Try out these tips to make the Sundays a bit less bluer than the usual!