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20 Things I Won’t Do This Weekend

It’s the weekend! How many of you feel, first, great, but then . . . hit a low?

Here are 20 things I promise I am not going to do this weekend so I really let go:

  1. I won’t think about the work I have piling up.
  2. I won’t spend more than twice a day looking at my emails.
  3. I won’t talk about business with my family or friends more than one hour.
  4. I won’t read business books. (I love business books but need a break from them!)
  5. I won’t watch any business shows (except for Shark Tank).
  6. I won’t think about any new business ideas.
  7. I won’t over eat (yes, I am getting into more personal things now).
  8. I won’t try to plan every moment of my day (in my case that includes asking my husband not to do that for me! :))
  9. I won’t lay around and do nothing (that’s never good for anyone and it gets you depressed) which leads me to:
  10. I won’t talk about depressing things.
  11. Therefore, I won’t go see a depressing movie (my husband, again, tries to push this envelope, but I have his number now and pre-screen all movies, plays and anything that could resemble something depressing).
  12. I won’t watch the news.
  13. I won’t read the paper (too much of a risk to see depressing things).
  14. I won’t stop thinking about good things. In other words, I’ll force myself to think positively.
  15. I won’t write anything. I usually write during the weekends but, this weekend, I’ll relax more.
  16. I won’t spend time worrying (of course easier said than done).
  17. I won’t stay in all weekend (no matter what, I know getting out for some fresh air is important (no matter the weather this weekend in Chicago!)
  18. I won’t stop imagining. (I have a strong imagination!)
  19. I won’t say negative things (if I can help it.)
  20. I won’t stop thinking of ways I can make a difference. (Yes, I am a Pollyanna.)

So what WON’T you do this weekend? Join me!

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Melissa G Wilson

Melissa has been a leader in the book writing, publishing and marketing arena for the past two decades. To date, she has helped more than 100 thought leaders write, publish and market their books. Her clients include executives such as Dan Weinfurter a seven-time Inc 500 winner and Orlando Ashford, President of Holland Cruise Lines.

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