How To NOT Dig Out After a Long Weekend

It's the day after a weekend of BBQ-ing, patio relaxation, and margarita's on the beach, so here's how to keep it going... - Tony 6 am ... Flag your emails Because marking them for reading later is better then dealing with them now. 7 am .... Start a major bike repair project. That headset isn't going to repack itself. 8 am .... Walk your dog off-leash down by the river. She's had a long weekend, too. And she never runs away, except during morning walks off-leash down by the river. 9 am ... Drop your car off to get that brake work done, finally. It seemed like a really smart idea at the time to book an appointment for first thing after a long weekend, didn't it. 10:30 am ... Make coffee Clearly, you're not agitated enough. 11:00 am ... Call your mother and wish her a belated birthday. She misses you. 11:15 am ... Get back on your routine Hit your Google Reader program, hard. Make sure you missed nothing at all over the long weekend. 11:30 am .... Work in a lunchtime trail run Routine is everything. And without exercise, it's going to be tough to focus on the day ahead. 12:30 pm.... Eat lunch at your desk. And catch up on the Women's World Cup standings. Productivity is everything. 1 pm ... Prioritiize your flagged emails Efficiency is everything. 1:30 pm ... Staff meeting If there's not a business version of "schadenfrude," there should be. 2:30 pm ... Clean your desktop A clean worskpace fuels productivity. 3 pm .... Make coffee A little afternoon pick me-up? Don't mind if I do! 3:15 pm ... Schedule a haircut appointment for pre-Outdoor Retailer 10 days prior to the show is ideal, allowing for natural grow in. 3:30 pm ... Take a break A rested mind is a productive mind. 4 pm ... Call your father He misses you. 4:30 pm ... Social media research Being fluent in Facebook is important to your clients. 5:30 pm ... Prioritize the next day's task list You are a machine! Source: Wicked Outdoorsy

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