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Take Back Your Sunday

A comprehensive plan for finishing the weekend strong


5 p.m.: Organize yourself

Before leaving work, create a Monday-specific task list, put necessary files front and center, and set up meeting reminders, says professional organizer Peggy Duncan. “When you’ve planned your time for the next week,” she says, “you can start out fresh.”

Night: Get to bed

While you may never have known life without weekends, they’re pretty new on the evolutionary scale. “Your body and brain want a fixed schedule,” Levitin says. “It keeps your biological rhythms in sync.” Tempting as it may be to stay up until 4 a.m.—or sleep until noon—it’s healthiest to maintain about the same sleeping-waking hours as you do during the week.

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