No matter how much you might love your job, there are few among us who don't find ourselves struggling against those classic Sunday Night Blues as Monday morning creeps ever closer.
And such is the extent of our weekly woe, many of us fail to realise the true potential of a well-spent Sunday evening.
Relaxing and unwinding before diving back into the working week is essential, but so too is putting a little prep and planning into ensuring a successful week ahead.
From brisk walks and at-home manicures to goal checklists, reclaiming your Sunday with our simple P plan has never been so easy.
There comes a point on Sunday evening when you have to accept that the weekend is coming to an end, and it's time to look ahead and stop clinging to the last vestige of the previous days' festivities.
While it sounds harsh, there is no point in dragging your Sunday Fear into Monday morning because you were unable to draw a line under your days off.
Telling yourself you're simply pressing pause on your down-time until next weekend is a simple way to focus your mind.
Plan your week
Much of the anxiety brought about by Sunday night stems from concern over commitments and responsibilities awaiting us in the week ahead.
Take 30 minutes to sit down and consider the next five days, so you have a clear idea of what is expected from you.
It sounds like a bummer to consider work-related events during time-off, but it really helps to alleviate stress.
After you've accepted the fact that work is looming, and dedicated some time to considering the week ahead, it's time to focus on treating yo'self!
Why not indulge your hands with an at-home manicure from Sally Hansen which guarantees a salon finish without the price tag? With an incredible array of products which protect, condition and strengthen your nails, Sally Hansen provides you with all the tools need for a high-quality treatment from the comfort of your own home.
Taking the time to pamper yourself on a Sunday evening is a guaranteed way to relax, and ease yourself into the next five days.
Pound the streets
It's rare you'll return from a brisk walk and not feel much better than when you left.
Shake off the cobwebs from the weekend's excesses by grabbing your runners and going for a 30 minute walk around your neighbourhood.
Not only will it help you sleep better (something that is absolutely vital on a Sunday night), but it will help clear your head if your planning hasn't quite done the job!
Prepare your outfit
A very simple way to rid yourself of Sunday night fear is to prepare an outfit (from underwear to accessories) for the following morning.
Take the time to iron your clothes, and tidy out your handbag so your Monday morning doesn't involve frantically rooting through your laundry bin or fighting your way through mountains of receipts in search of your Leap Card.
Covering the little things makes Monday mornings so much more doable.
Praise and preach
Now is the time to truly relax... because it is still the weekend, after all!
Praise yourself for getting ahead of the game by tending to vital tasks, give props to yourself for taking the time to treat yourself, and remind your friends to do the same by getting straight on WhatsApp and preaching the good word!