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#MondayMotivation: 10 Inspirational Tweets to Get You Back on Track

Anne Lamott once described December as "a month of Mondays." Having trouble getting out of your own way today? Keep in mind that you're basically coping with a double Monday. If you think about it, you're a minor workplace hero for even attempting it. Of course, your boss might not see it that way, so you'll probably have to rally.

Anne Lamott once described December as “a month of Mondays.” Having trouble getting out of your own way today? Keep in mind that you’re basically coping with a double Monday. If you think about it, you’re a minor workplace hero for even attempting it. Of course, your boss might not see it that way, so you’ll probably have to rally.

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If you’re like many of us, you find yourself on social media when you’re having motivational challenges. Some amount of social media monitoring is part of a lot of jobs, so it’s easy to fool yourself into thinking that you’re actually producing while you’re scrolling through your feeds. You’re just monitoring the brand/keeping up with industry news/making sure no one is saying anything evil about your company’s products, right? Er, maybe.

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Social media can be a time suck, there’s no doubt, but it can also be a source of inspiration and advice. For example, these #MondayMotivation tweets might help you find your way back to whatever you were supposed to be doing in the first place:

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Jen Hubley Luckwaldt
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