Happy Monday, FNites! Are you ready for another productive work week? So are we! To help you start off on a positive note, here are a few things you can do:

1. Wear something school-inspired.

It’s the first day of school for many students, and while you’ve long graduated college, there’s no reason why you can’t wear a uniform-inspired outfit. Bring out the smart blazers, the tartan skirts, and the adorable Mary Janes!

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2. Create a happy playlist.


Whether you’re commuting to work or bringing your own car, a great playlist can make city traffic a little easier to endure.

3. Prepare a scrumptious baon.


Instead of your usual lunch, bring something that’s a bit more satisfying to the taste buds. Look up recipes you haven't tried before online.

4. Wear your hair differently.


Try a new braid or part your hair differently. A simple departure from your usual 'do may help you kick off your work week to a great start.

5. Be positive.


Before you leave the house, look at your reflection in the mirror, and tell yourself that you’re going to have a wonderful day. This primes your mind to see things in a more positive light.

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(1. Photo from Flickr via Jen-Lula Richardson on Pinterest 2. Photo from Beso.com via Moss Cooper on Pinterest 3. Photo from gourmettraveller.com.au via Sarah Kripoleipzig on Pinterest 4. Photo from Allure via Mi Mortega on Pinterest 5. Photo from josevillablog.com via Sarah Wu on Pinterest)

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