I’ve come to accept the Monday morning blues as something that is normal. I am though starting to think that there is something else behind why I find I am affected by them in such an extreme way.
OK, so I know I don’t have ovaries, but this is me on a nightly basis.
I think the time has come for a change.Me
The stress, worry and chore that working with my current employer adds to my other worries is draining me. It’s adding to my Monday morning blues. I realise this, I accept this, but I feel that I don’t need it.
Since Christmas, I have been updating my CV (Professional Profile/Resume). It’s normal for me to update my CV at least once a year. This year I have put more effort into restyling and updating my CV, including linking all my “Business Me” social media and creating a portfolio website.
I think, deep down inside, that I have realised that I’m not trapped, my health is OK, finding a new role isn’t impossible. It’s time to move on.
My next challenge is to take the leap and contact some recruiters, that’s going to be the real challenge as I struggle with belief in myself. Professionally I know I’m good at what I do, I know my value, but I honestly struggle to believe it.
Writing about these Monday Morning Blues is/has helped me put words to how I’m thinking/feeling. I’m going to discuss this with my therapist later.