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Sunday Is My Favorite Day Of The Week

"I choose to spend my Sunday's resting, preparing for the next week, and focusing my mind on the things that matter the most to me personally."

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Sunday Is My Favorite Day Of The Week
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For as long as I can remember, Sunday has been my favorite day of the week. There is something really beautiful about Sunday's, especially Sunday mornings. It's a day to reset and recenter yourself. It's a day to spend time with the people you love, and for me, it offers me the perfect time to focus on my faith. I choose to spend my Sunday's resting, preparing for the next week, and focusing my mind on the things that matter the most to me personally.

Unlike the rest of my week, I find that Sunday is the only day that is not incredibly busy and fast-paced. Oftentimes, I find myself struggling to keep up with the pace of the clock during the school week. Time seems to fly by me as I try to accomplish everything I need to do. Sunday's never feel busy or fast-paced. Time seems to slow down and let me catch up on Sunday's. I think that it is super important to enjoy the present moment, rather than always focusing on what's coming next. It can be hard to be present during hectic school or work days. That's why I cherish the slow-paced and restful nature of Sunday's.

Every Sunday, I make sure to spend time with the people I love the most. I spent this past Sunday with one of my best friends that I've known since middle school. We planned to study at one of our favorite local coffee shops, and instead, ended up walking around a farmer's market. I've always loved the spontaneous nature of Sunday's. It's a day to make plans, but then be okay if those plans take a different route. I find that this kind of spontaneity is difficult to have throughout busy school weeks.

I view Sunday's like the perfect day to catch up on what's happening in the lives of my friends and family members. I often dedicate a portion of my Sunday to calling the loved ones that don't live near me. It's the perfect way for me to stay connected to the people who matter the most to me. Family and friends are truly everything to me. That's why I always make time to stay caught up on what's happening in their lives.

I also love Sunday's because they give me the opportunity to spend time doing the things I love. Sometimes this means practicing the guitar or writing articles at a coffee shop. Whatever it may be, I always make sure to spend time doing something that brings me happiness.

I think that Sunday's often go unnoticed. Some people spend their Sunday dreading about the start of their work week. I think that spending your Sunday in such a manner makes it difficult to maintain a positive mindset for the week to come. I recommend viewing Sunday's not as the end of the weekend, but as an opportunity to rest, reflect, and cultivate a positive mindset.

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