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Good morning! The kids went back to school today, and man, it feels good to get back into a routine. It was nice to be able to sleep in for two weeks but I am more productive in the morning and glad to be working by 7:15.

I think I like Mondays because I’ve rested on Sunday. So I’m ready to get back at things. It’s ironic: you’d think that taking a day off would put you behind on your to-do list. But it doesn’t. Like getting a good night’s sleep, taking a day to rest makes me that much more productive on Monday.

The Rest: Living in Sabbath Simplicity blog tour officially begins today. Please support these bloggers who are supporting me by visiting their blogs and leaving a comment. You might even win a free book.

Today’s bloggers are Monica Synder, who posts at Everyday Simple Abundance;  and Kathi Macias, at

http://apps.kathimacias.com/Blog/

I hope you’ll visit their blogs today.

Here’s our question of the day: Mondays–love ’em or hate ’em? Discuss.

3 Comments

  1. Mondays? Mostly like them as much as any day except Friday and Sunday. Friday means the end of the work week and Sunday means fellowship with my church family. My children, on the other hand, do not enjoy Monday’s, except for this Monday. They have been out of school for more than two weeks and are missing their friends. There was not alot of travel this break due to the weather, so they were roarin’ to get on that bus. I was glad to begin the regular routine this morning. Getting up before the rest of the family, doing mommy time, then getting them all up. It is nice when they actually stay asleep till I am ready–parents need time alone with God and my time is in the morning. I am looking forward to hearing Keri speak at the NWCWC in April–as I have not heard her speak yet. So, all you bloggers, have a great Monday–

    Love in Christ,
    Cleo

  2. Mondays are ok. I am self-employed and do not really schedule out of the home appointments so I do some work from home, have some quiet time after a weekend that can be more hectic than I want it to be (I know, I know, I read “Rest”, but sometimes activities are out of my control, yesterday we had a party celebrating my brother’s Master’s graduation, great to be with people, but not much rest). I am glad I don’t work a traditional job that I would have to be out of the door early on a Monday and can plan my own schedule.

  3. As someone who is retired and can work when I want Mondays are the same as Fridays. Gotta say though, it’s nice to have a home office and write when you want.

    Leaving to visit bloggers Monica and Kathi.

    May Your Glass Always Be Half Full

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