22 Things to Do on Sundays For a Productive Week
1- Drink water
2- Meditate for at least 10 minutes
3- Take some deep breaths
4- Recite some affirmations
5- Do your bed
6- Write down your goals for the week
7- Write down your to-do list for the day
8- Have a healthy breakfast
9- Start with your most important task
10- Go through your basic chores
11- Do your week-grocery
12- Cook food for the week and put them in the freezer
13- Plan your meals for the week
14- Plan your outfits for the week
15- Go for a walk or exercise
16- Meet or call your family
17- Put on a face mask
18- Take a nice bath
20- Write a gratitude list
21- Read a book or listen to a podcast
22- Go to bed at a decent time
3 Proven ways to increase your productivity.
#1. Eliminate time-wasting activities.
In order to be able to accomplish more, you need to eliminate any time-wasting activities such as spending too much time on social media, watching too much TV… Examine your day and how much you spend doing your everyday activities, then decide which of these activities should be eliminated and what strategies need to be taken.
If you find yourself spending too much time scrolling through your social media feed, try unfollowing or unsubscribing. This way, you’ll find less interesting stuff to scroll through and you’ll soon find yourself disinterested in checking your phone for new feed.
#2. Prepare the night before.
The key to achieve any goal, is to write down in a defined way. Having a clear list of goals and tasks to get done will save you so much time and help you achieve them sooner. In fact, you’re 42percent more likely to achieve your goals if you write them down on a regular basis.
Writing down your goals activates both parts of your brain, the imaginative right hemisphere, and the logic-based left hemisphere. This technique is especially used in the business community among CEOs who use this technique to keep up with their endless responsibilities.
#3. Eat that frog.
In his book “Eat That Frog”, Brian Tracy presents a highly productive technique which consists in defining your highest value activity, the one that will give your work value the most, and to start with it first thing in the morning. In other words, “if you eat a live frog first thing each morning, you'll have the satisfaction of knowing that it's probably the worst thing you'll do all day.”