I have the pleasure of contributing to the WorkPlace eBook from Furniture at Work about my working week and which emotions represent each day. Working from home and looking after 5 children, numerous animals and a hubby means I need to be organised and with that comes a little stress – lets see how my week days pan out!
*They seriously need to design some funky WordPress emojis!*
Magical Mondays: A lot of people have a ‘here we go again’ attitude to Mondays but I always try and look at them as the start of a new week, which in turn means new beginnings to start afresh with lots of new ideas and plans….and lists, don’t forget lists!! *rainbow and sprinkles emoji*
Type it up Tuesday: After the rush of a Monday and planning things down to a tea of what will happen during the coming week I try to make Tuesday my day for getting things down in writing. Schedule blog posts, complete any forms that need handing in at school, settle bills etc. *note pad and bullet journal emoji*
We-are-half-way-through Wednesday: This is when you feel like the week is going too fast and you are half way towards the weekend. Work that needed doing at the beginning of the week is slowly slipping through your fingers and before you know it it will be Friday! *wipes brow and panic emoji*
Thankful Thursday: By this point in the week I am tired and looking forward to the weekend but also thankful that I have completed most of the projects planned. I try to prep for a weekend of having all the kids at home and try to keep them entertained! *praying hands and mwah emoji*
Fat Friday: Calories don’t count on a Friday, especially at my work desk! This is probably the day I get most done as a lot of emails need answering and I like to have everything for the previous week completed so I know we can head into a new week with a clean sheet! Plus Friday night is wine night so yay for the end of a working week! *burger, confetti, pizza, dancing and wine glass emoji*
How would your week sum up if you had to put it in emojis?!
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