Planning Your Weekend to Stay on Track

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“So glad it’s Friday!”

How many times have we heard — and said — those words at the end of a long work week?

As a society, we tend to treat the weekend as a time to let loose and pursue what brings us joy. After all, those two days provide us with personal time and space away from many of our regular responsibilities — a break that is instrumental in alleviating stress and burnout.

There’s nothing wrong with splurging a little bit on the weekend. But falling too far outside of your normal routine, even for just a day or two, can create added stress at the beginning of the week.

Here are some things you can do to help alleviate end-of-weekend stress and transition smoothly into the coming week.

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