Monday turned out to be the deadliest day of the week as heart attacks, suicides and accidents happen more frequently on that morning than on any other day of the week, according to a new study
The research suggests that this is because people are distracted and unhappy when the weekend is over and they have to go to jobs they don't like.
According to Dr Barton Goldsmith is a California-based marriage and family therapist, if you know your position is secure, but still can't enjoy that fact, start thinking about what the 10 per cent of people who don't have a job might be doing (and fearing) in their lives.
You need to understand what might be taking away your motivation.
Goldsmith said instead of waiting for something better to come along, you could turn to a different job or introduce a home-based business into your new hobby.
Take some time out of your busy schedule and get the whole family involved in a little weekend business like a garage sale, reports the Courier Mail.
By doing it as a family you have more time for your loved ones. And everyone will appreciate your willingness to take care of business.
Learning to look forward to Mondays can help you feel a lot better.
Accepting that work is a part of life, and doing whatever you can to keep your dreams alive while shining at your day job, is the only way you can make your dreams a reality, Goldsmith added.