The best reset day is always Sunday. The last day of the week that can prepare you for a new one. A Sunday routine that is simple yet effective and can help you balance all that you have to do in the next seven days.
Here are five things to do on a Sunday that will help you recover from the week:
Clean Your Space: To start the week off right, cleaning your area is such a refresher. Tables are wiped down, floors are clear, items are put away, and you can’t forget to light some candles for a revivifying touch. When your space is clean, so is your mind, allowing you to refocus on what is important.
Meal Prep: The best thing you can do to prepare yourself for a busy week is meal prepping. Throw a small Sunday dinner in there too if you’re feeling motivated. All in all, categorizing your lunches and dinners will save you a lot of time cooking for yourself every day.
Check Your Calendar: After you’ve done all the busy work, you can now take the time to focus on your priorities. If any new events arise add them to your calendar and make sure to mark the past weekdays if you don’t do it daily. Most importantly, bring out that to-do list.
Get To Know Yourself: You’ve cooked, cleaned, wrote down your priorities for the week, now spend some time with just you. Do this by journaling. Sharing your thoughts about how your week went or simply jotting down random feelings can help a lot with anxiety.
Self-Care: This is best practice to do on Sundays. Your schedule is most likely clear so treat yourself to a long bath with Epsom salts. Put on a charcoal face mask or simply take your time doing your skincare or hair routine. There are different types of self-care so choose one that is best for you.
This guest post is in partnership with True Star Media.