As much as we look forward to Saturday and Sunday, they can sometimes be a letdown. With all the unstructured time, possibilities and decisions, weekends can be frustrating or even end in conflict. With a little thought and attention, things can significantly improve!
We all have ideas for how to use our time. On some occasions we simply want to relax and unwind, while other times we prefer to socialize and be out in the world.
Weekends can also be a a time to catch-up on errands and household tasks that accumulate during the week. We place high expectations on these two precious days, and all that pressure doesn’t help.
Five Suggestions for Improving Your Weekends:
- Take control and stop waiting for possibilities to appear. Many people have a tendency to leave options open. They want the freedom to be spontaneous and non-committal. Think about how often spontaneous opportunities really arise and consider whether this habit is worth the cost.
- Realize that plans are a good thing and can be a whole lot better than spending your weekend in limbo. Planning and prioritizing don’t come easily to most with ADD. Yet, there’s a new freedom that comes from having a few solid plans in place – with the decisions made you may find yourself feeling much more relaxed.[…] Continue Reading