A couple of days ago I had an interesting conversation about weekends.
Most people’s weekends start on Friday afternoon and end of Sunday evening. Weekend workers and some shift workers have “weekends” during the week and at various times of day.
Considering the flexibility of what I do for a living and the fact that I love doing it it often seems that I’m on a continual weekend with intermittent hours of work.
The problem with some folks and their weekends is that they try to jam as much as possible into their days off—their weekends. So, at the end of the weekend they’re almost glad to get back to work just get some rest.
No one can run wide-open all the time. If you don’t take time to recharge you’ll get to a moment at which you need your reserve and your tank will be empty.
If you’re trying to make every moment in every weekend count—whenever during the week your weekend might be—you should try to take some time every now and then to just kick back and relax.
Speaking of the weekend, have a great one.
See you Monday.
PS…if you want to get your weekend off to a great start go to youtube.com and listen to “Weekend” by Wet Willie and “Working for the Weekend” by Loverboy. Google “30 Great Weekend Songs” for a wonderful list.