A classic weekend spent lounging around the house and meeting with family can be the gift we all deserve after a long week. But it always feels like the weekend is over way too soon, and we spend the next week scrambling to catch up on the things we stepped away from.
That creates its own anxiety, and we like to avoid unnecessary anxiety around here. Here are a few things you can do to get ahead before Monday comes around.
Write down your weekly goals and limit them to only six things
James Clear writes about the Ivy Lee method— reportedly used by Charles M. Schwab after meeting with the productivity consultant in the early 1900s— which can also be applied to planning on the weekend.
Read more at The Ladders.