This title applies to people who are off on Sunday.
Just replace Sunday with your day off.
If you don't have one, you are working on more cylinders than me.
There was a time when Rollin was open on Sundays.
I would do errands from 1pm to 6pm so I could still attend church.
We did not get a ton of bookings on Sunday.
I went over the numbers and decided it could be an off day.
Now it is not that I do not work at all on Sunday's.
In fact I get quite a lot of online stuff done on Sunday's.
It is just that they don't take as long and I can decide not to do them.
So you might ask "then how is your business being revitalized if you are not working?"
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I don't know about you but during my regular work day I have decision fatigue by 12pm.
There is a lot to do in everyday and lot to think about.
Every Sunday I get a chance to slow down and let my mind break.
I rest, sleep, eat and rest some more.
I have found that I need the rest.
I need the break from my work as much as I love it.
Some of my best ideas are born on Sunday after my brain has a chance to catch up.
I just write them down until Monday.
What do you do on your day off?
Karen aka The Delivery Diva
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