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EVERYDAY DOJE Shadow Hey Dose Fam,  Happy Monday! Woooooo! ✨🍄 Are you the "Thank Goodness It's Monday" or "Thank Goodness It's Friday" type? The start of a new week is upon us, and for some people that comes with a sense of excitement and a fresh burst of energy to activate their goals...  But for many, Monday brings a sense of apprehension, anxiety, or dread about the coming week. These "Monday Scaries" are very common - and I definitely used to get them too. The cause of this anxiety can vary greatly - from overwhelming to-do lists, to not having as productive of a weekend as you wanted, to having too fun of a weekend and feeling energetically depleted by the time Sunday night rolls around.  Sometimes just acknowledging the anxiety and practicing some self-compassion can help alleviate the feeling. Still, if it's overwhelming or persistent, it might be your body's way of telling you that there is something misaligned in work-life balance. Examining why this feeling exists is the first step. It has taken me a long time (and a loooot of work) to create a routine where I can feel as excited about Monday as I do about Friday and Saturday. Starting Everyday Dose has been a crucial unlock for me, because I get to wake up every day and work on something I genuinely love and believe in, regardless of the day of the week. The second key piece is prioritizing self-care NOT as a reward, but as an act of self-love.  If you're looking for some extra support or inspiration to help you switch from "Monday scaries" to "Thank goodness it's Monday!" – try incorporating some of the practices below into your Sunday or Monday morning. Muuuush Love,   - Jack, Founder of Everyday Dose Eric Goodman We all know exercise is important... but especially in times of stress or anxiety. Yet a lot of people find that this is when they feel least motivated to hit the gym.  Thankfully, you don't need a 60-minute weightlifting session to get that feel-good endorphin rush. It can be as simple as going for a long walk listening to a podcast, hiking with a friend, or trying out a new yoga class to boost your mood and reduce stress. There are so many fun creative fitness classes available online for free, for all levels. I've been loving Eric Goodman's Foundation Training which combines yoga with dynamic bodyweight movement for a fun, effective workout that has helped celebrities like Matthew McConaughey, Rob Lowe, and "The Dude" Jeff Bridges heal their back pain. If you want to learn more about Eric Goodman's work, check out this podcast episode from The SquadRoom. Journaling is an essential practice that has been proven to help reduce stress or overwhelm while improving your mood. If you're not sure where to start, here are some of our favorite prompts to put you in that happy, motivated Monday headspace. ✏️ Gratitude in the past, present, and future. Make a list of all the moments, things, and people you are grateful for from the last week, and today. Then, make a list of all things you are looking forward to or are excited about this week.  ✏️ Goals. Pick 3 goals and write down one thing you can do this week to get closer to achieving them.  ✏️ Braindump. No rhyme or reason here, just list out all the tasks, responsibilities, appointments, and anything else floating around in that beautiful brain of yours on a piece of paper. This will give you a sense of relief and allow you to better manage everything. Contemplate "Today is your opportunity to build the tomorrow that you want." - Ken Poirot Author of Mentor Me Oh, and of course... Our #1 way to stay healthy, focused, productive, and happy every single day of the week is Everyday Dose's Functional Coffee filled with mushrooms and nootropics and 80% less caffeine than a normal coffee. SHOP NOW Facebook Instagram
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