Do some physical activity.
The benefits of exercise have been discussed multiple times. While there's no denying that we all need to be physically active, the busy work week may not leave us with too much to squeeze in a workout. You can always catch-up on your physical fitness on Sundays. Sundays offer a great chance for you to get in a bit of exercise before you head back to the daily grind.
Spend some time alone.
While you should definitely spend some quality time with friends and family, you also need to have some time to yourself. Why? Because being alone has several benefits. It gives you the opportunity to reflect, clear your mind, improve your creativity, do the things that you want to do, and meet new people. Spending time alone can also increase your productivity since you aren't relying on other people to share the workload on a project.
If you really want to enjoy your solitude, unplug during your alone time so that you aren't bothered by email, text messages, and Facebook notifications.
Socialize yourself and attend community events.
While it's important to have some solitude on Sundays, you also need to interact with other people. Local community events aren't just a way to get the kids out of the house; they're also perfect opportunities for you to network and meet new people.
Spend your hobby time.
We all need a hobby that is going to recharge our batteries and spark our passion. Whether it's writing, repairing an old car, painting, or hiking, you should use your free time on days to do activities that you normally can't during the work. Ideally, you should find a hobby that either lets you blow off some steam, gets the creative juices flowing, or refreshes you in some way, or is something that may be related or unrelated to your business.
Do some Cleaning.
Maintenance can mean a lot of different things for people. It could literally mean cleaning up your office, home, or vehicle. It could mean personal grooming, like getting a haircut or manicure. Or, it could be cleaning out your inbox or scrolling through your social media accounts and connecting with the friends and family you’ve ignored during the week.
No matter what exactly maintenance means to you, a chance to catch-up on all of the housekeeping items that may have been put off during the week because now you’ve put yourself in a position to be free from other distractions.
Plan your upcoming monday.
Take the free time that you have on a Sunday to map out your entire week. Whether it's planning meetings, phone calls, setting deadlines for tasks, or even personal items like your food menus, you can get a head start on your entire calendar in advance. By doing this you can make sure that you accomplish and focus on the most pressing matters.
Planning your week ahead of time will also save you throughout the week. Instead of worrying about what you're going to eat and spending time looking for those items in your house, you can make a grocery list and get those items so you know exactly what you're going to make and that you have all of the ingredients on-hand.
Go to bed early.
This allows you to wake up fully rested on Monday, which sounds like a small thing, but it is not, my friends. I can’t tell you how many Mondays have been a total waste because I didn’t get enough sleep. I know, you wanna stay up but put your phone down, turn off the lights, and catch some z’s. Even better if you have clean sheets!