Mondays are about fresh starts, searching for new angles, and possibly finding a little perspective. So, today’s photo is from a late Sunday night in Edinburgh, or (depending on how you look at it) an early start to a Monday morning.
We’re a mere week away from Christmas Eve, it’s time to fly, crusaders. And if you’re looking for some motivation as you take off towards greatness this week, here’s a bit of history to help you reach those heights: On this day in 1903, the Wright Brothers first achieved flight.
Ah, Monday morning, a time to get revved up for the week ahead (with ALL the coffee). For some that will mean looking back at what was and wasn’t accomplished, which can be a reasonable exercise, just make sure to avoid (at all costs) the Monday morning quarterback zone.
Is it just me or are Sundays both the best and the worst? Before you jump on your soapbox, let me explain. On the one hand, it’s the weekend. On the other, it tends to go by way too fast. Which leads to a whole mix of emotions.
Holiday weeks can be a little awkward no matter what. So when the Fourth of July lands on Wednesday, it has the potential to completely disrupt your week. By claiming Wednesday as a day to celebrate it robs the other days of their purpose.
Welcome to Monday, fellow crusaders! Whether you’re feeling jazzed, dismayed, dizzy, dazed or indifferent after last night’s Tony Awards we could all use a little boost (or jazz hands?) to get the week rolling. Seeing as those of us who care about such things are coming off of a theater high, I’m taking my cue…