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Getting ready for the week ahead and discounting Sunday Blues.

Updated: Jun 26, 2020

S U N D A Y B L U E S – If you suffer with bouts of Sunday Blues...usually after about 3pm on a Sunday – you are not alone. This is the time when your stomach starts to knot, and you start to fear Monday morning.

I want to reach out to you and ask that you do not let the week ahead bring a cloud over your Sunday. Instead of the dread and the fear that you may be feeling, try and sit with that and listen to what your body is fearful of. Are there things you can do today to practically help you make tomorrow easier (or nicer even)? It may be small things like preparing a delicious lunch, writing your journal, listing your ‘to do’ list for the week, making a meal plan or laying out your favourite outfit ready for the new day. Me? I’m painting my nails 😊

Getting that little bit more organised will help you ease into the week.

“It’s all about finding the calm in the chaos” Donna Karan.

I’d also invite you to write a short gratitude list of all the things you are grateful for right now. I find this helps to ground me and keep me present. Looking at that list can make you realise that tomorrow isn’t so bad after all, and that you can tackle anything that lies ahead.


Gemma Brown is a certified coach who works with successful women, 1-2-1 and in groups, to identify their strengths and build confidence which enables them to have the self-belief to fearlessly bring their whole being into all areas of life. Gemma is based in Cambridgeshire and carries out face to face coaching in the area as well as 1-2-1 coaching via Skype and Zoom. For more about Gemma, visit her 'About' page.

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