Find the issue.
If you’re feeling down on Monday morning, it’s likely because you’re not a fan of your work. Maybe it’s the job itself, or maybe it’s the people you work with. Take some time to think about what really bothers you about your job by brainstorming for a period. Write down the issues that are really bothering you.
Look at your workload.
If you dread Monday morning because of the workload you have facing you, you may need to talk to your boss. Maybe your workload has increased to a point where you can’t keep your usual standards. If your boss is reasonable, he or she may be able to adjust what you are doing, or at the very least, adjust the quality that he or she expects.
Check to see if you’re being challenged.
If you’re doing the same thing over and over, you may find you’ve settled into a routine where you’re bored out of your mind. To help get you over the hump, ask your boss if you can have some more challenging work. Your boss will be impressed, and you’ll find your job more satisfying.
Take a look at your relationships.
If you aren’t getting along with specific co-workers, ask yourself what the problem is. Trying being a little nicer to them to draw out their happier side. If you have a big issue co-worker, don’t be afraid to have a calm, sit-down chat with him or her about the issue. If that still doesn’t work, ask your boss for assistance.
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