Mondays stink, but they do not have to smell bad! They can smell like your favorite Scent!
You just had the best weekend: cooler mornings, nice meals outside, napping in the afternoon... But now it's Monday and you are back at work fighting the Monday blues and thinking of tools to improve your employees' mood and productivity. You don't have to look any further than our Fragrance page to find the perfect scent for your home.
Aromatherapy probably isn't the first tool you think of to help boost your productivity and grow your business, but maybe it should be. Smell is the strongest of the senses and is best able to influence brain activity. So Mondays may stink, but don't let them ruin your day.
Proof that Mondays stink
Two Cornell researchers measured mood over the course of a week by analyzing key words — yes, "sucks," "awesome" and 🙂 were among them — in two years' worth of tweets from 2.4 million people’s Twitter accounts. They found that throughout the world, weekends rock and Monday mornings are a downer.
"Scents that can Improve your Mood and Productivity." Read full article here
Let’s face it, they do. I can never pop out of bed Monday morning bright-eyed and bushy-tailed no matter how many oily face masks I put on the night before. I often have trouble falling asleep Sunday night because my body has grown accustomed to my late-night shenanigans throughout the weekend and is like “oh you want to call it an early night tonight? lol Meg”. Once I do fall asleep my sleep is shit because I am thinking about the million and one thing I am about to face tomorrow. I’m lolling because I usually wake up to my alarm mid dream on Monday mornings and that’s when you know your REM is beyond effed. I’m often confused and have to remind myself that it is a weekday and I can’t sleep in. Last night I had a dream I called out of work today and it was just beautiful. Morning alarm sounds. *shrieks*
So here is the thing, Mondays are always going to happen like we can’t just cancel them. However, we can make a few adjustments to make them suck less perhaps? First is identifying the problem. In this case, we need to identify why they suck so bad.