How to Beat the Sunday Blues

Here are 10 tips on how to beat that sinking feeling you get around 5pm Sunday -- also known as the point when you realize the party's over and the work week awaits (11 Photos)

Ronnie Koenig on Sep 1, 2013 at 3:14PM

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How to Beat the Sunday Blues

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Start a Sunday Night Ritual with Friends

It’s also normal to start feeling lonely and pensive on Sunday night -- especially if you live by yourself. Best way to combat that is to make a standing date with friends or family -- start a weekly film festival, go bowling or just gather to watch your favorite TV show. The point is to be together.

“Even when everything is fine in your life, it’s still a bit of a downer to be sitting around on Sunday just waiting to start the work week,” says Reiss. “Having a Sunday night tradition to look forward to can provide some comfort. Camaraderie and entertainment can help you relax and get ready for the week.”

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