Who else feels like Mondays are crazy town? If you’re saying “Me!!” (I know you are) then this post is for you! Here are some of my favorite things to do on Sundays to prepare for the rest of the week. They relive a lot of stress.
One thing that I have struggled with is that it’s Sunday, the day of rest (for me as a Christian). However, even doing all of these things only takes around an hour or less and they’re honestly not that hard, so I don’t feel convicted about doing them. If you do feel convicted about doing these things on Sunday, then don’t do them! You can even do them on Saturday if you want.
- Prep to-do list/planner
This is super important for me. I like to do this by compiling a list of all of the tasks and their ‘due dates’ for that week, then splitting them up daily.
Time: 15 minutes (It honestly takes around 30 at first, but once you get into a pattern, it can come down to 15).
2. Do your laundry
This is also pretty important for me. I find that I can make my laundry last until Sunday, which means I only do 1 load a week, which is great! (I do my own laundry.)
Time: 20 minutes (For me, it takes about 15 now, but it didn’t used to, so I’m putting 20.)
3. Clean out your bag
My bag(s) collect a lot of trash and junk throughout the week, so this is an easy but necessary task.
Time: 3 minutes (I’m serious! This is SO easy but really saves time and stress in finding what you want.)
4. Clean + vacuum your room
I’m pretty good about keeping my room clean, but I have found that it helps to do a quick tidy of the drawers and vacuum it on Sunday. It really doesn’t take very long but makes it restful for the coming week.
Time: 10 minutes
5. Do some meal prepping
In my house, my mom cooks for our family, but I have to take care of breakfast and snacks. If you have the same situation or you cook for yourself, this is really helpful. I like to simply toss a few snacks + breakfasts into bags so that they are easy to grab. Honestly, I won’t eat breakfast unless it’s already prepped.
Time: 7 minutes (This is so easy!)
6. Prep outfits
I normally don’t prep outfits for the whole week or pick a certain day for my outfits. Often, I make 3-4 casual outfits and 1 nice one for easy grabs. This isn’t something I do every week, but it feels so organized and prepared when I do.
Time: 5 minutes
7. Clean out your email
This doesn’t mean cleaning it for the first time, of course, but maintaining a clean inbox. It honestly takes no time at all!
Time: 1 minute
Actually, all of this adds up to 60 minutes (1 hour). So cool!
Hopefully these are helpful. I think they certainly are!