what are you utilising your sundays for ??

the recent Vodafone add caught my attention yesterday . 2 colleagues ask each other about how they spent their previous day .

one slept for the whole day, ate drank , saw cricket match on television .. (apply for loop. i mean. repeat it )

the other got out of his bed .. went ahead to the stadium enjoyed the match and got the cricketer’s autograph on the cricket ball.

now the only difference is one spent a lazy day and one got out of bed and had a incredible day .

Now my point here is , Sundays are not just for sleeping , it also gives u a chance to reload ur energy , enthusiasm for the whole week ahead .

now i wish to spend my whole weekend with family and complete personal work . i also have a whiteboard at home which lists pending works (not office work )

i completed setting up my newly rented home . so plenty of work completed in this weekend ..

i like vacations too. there is a lake opposite to my home .. plenty of people come enjoy the nature , do exercise , boating and go back home with much more enthusiasm . even i doΒ 

how do you like spending your Sundays ??? do write back


Author: theonlysup

Self Motivated. Optimistic , Resilient . Sometimes emotional, most of the Time Happy :)

64 thoughts on “what are you utilising your sundays for ??”

  1. Basically, I try to take it easier on a Sunday even when I am trying to catch up, prepare things, or deliberately schedule work for that day. Because it simply is more relaxed to work without appointments around.

    1. Like i said .. i still like to see nature’s beauty too.. it gives me fresh oxygen to breath and smile even when day is worse.. thanks erika for ur opinion too πŸ™‚ cheers.. btw how was ur sunday

  2. Yes, That’s true.
    Time is precious than anything because we can’t get back time in return after spent so It’s better to utilize those time for something which is better than nothing.

  3. hey Sup, congrats on your new rental home!

    I spend the day doing a lot of things at home. If I have more time, I do some projects on my to do list. Attending to the family. If I have extra time, run, blog, and play the flute.

    We all do whatever we think we should do, or feel like doing. It’s either be lazy or be on the run. It’s all good : ) As long as it’s not self destructing or not causing trouble to other people! : )

    Enjoy the weekend!

      1. I’m reallyyy sorry!! Sometimes back I had visited your blog but it was taking too long to load. And after that I got busy with the exams.
        I’m gonna make it up in one go today!! πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜€

      1. It’s good. We should! Life is all about living. Rest depends on us whether to spend it only on resting or first getting ourselves tired then resting!

  4. For me, Sundays give the opportunity to reconnect with the entire family, take some time out, finish pending chores, and to give the better half of the day to go to the temple and singlemindedly experience the bliss of God.
    And, I have to say, having a lake by your house is something! It’s always peaceful to be surrounded by nature… πŸ™‚

  5. Really loved your post !
    I generally try to utilize my Sunday as much as I can whether its a house hold work or something else and try to help my parents in cleaning and stuff!
    And then me and my family gives cooks a special meal to end up the day ! πŸ™‚

  6. Honestly, I go for a little more sleep on Sundays. Just can’t help it πŸ˜› But, Sundays are always busy apart from that. Have to catch up with a lot of things pending through the week.
    Using a whiteboard for making a list of things-to-do….is a good policy… πŸ™‚

  7. I really enjoy being lazy on a Sunday every now and then. But at the moment our Sunday’s are spent going to our girl’s soccer game in the morning, then waiting for her while she socializes (and we do too) and then most of the time going home and having our kids friends over or the kids are over at their friends house and then later we catch up with the parents of those friends. Sunday is our half busy, half lazy day. We are spoiled in that sense that it’s not the only day we have available to do something really. Sometimes we all just take a day during the week and go for a hike.

    When I grew up, Sunday was the day to make memories, go out and do something. It was the day I went on long horseback rides alone or with a friend. It was the day I went skiing afterwards (or sometimes before the ride). But I was never the person to stay in bed or in front of the TV all Sunday long. And I’m still not.

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