For better or worse, the end of holidays is slowly getting close for many of our readers and users. Others may have not left home yet but they may already wonder how will they face the end of their relaxing weeks. For all of them we have written this post where we intend to help face those sad days back to normal rhythm, the routine.
The easiest is to think just about the negative side, we should try to focus on the positive aspects of the return. It is normal to think about how good we were at the beach, or in that tropical country full of charm. How annoying is being back home! Why not thinking about the positive side? Let us focus on the desire of seeing a family member or a friend whom we love, the reunion with our pets if they were not with us, sleeping in our bed at last or even try again our favorite foods that we did not find in the vacation spot.
Escape the routine
You have come back home, but you are not dead ... keep on living! If what really weighs on our mind is to return to the sad routine, try it not to be so. Did you want to see a show or a movie? Did you want to try that new restaurant or tapas bar? Reserve some money and fill your spare time with new experiences. Also think that in these months the city is quieter, as many are still enjoying their vacation, so city services are like never before, at our disposal.
Plan the next ones
Come on, if all goes well in a few months you will be packing again who knows where. Why not thinking about it? We will fill our minds with a new project and we can also think about the mistakes of the last holidays we are not willing to repeat.
Think of new goals
Related to the previous point, being back from holidays generates in many a battery of new desires similar to those they experience with the entry of a new year. Learning or reinforce a language, quit smoking, exercise more, experience a new hobby or even try a new affordable experience offered at our surroundings ... Do not let all these desires in your head, try to set some specific goals and strive to reach them .
Though the post holiday syndrome is real, and not just a invention of psychologists, it is in our hands to dominate it or to let it dominate us. Good luck with the fight!