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  1. It depends on the essence of the weekend itself. There is an option with a change of activity. Travel as an option. Somewhere not far away. Different city / village (it all depends on your personal preferences). And as many unusual actions as possible. That is, spend the weekend not” on the machine”, but to diversify. Of course, trips to the cinema/theater/concert also take up time (thereby reducing the weekend), but they can also leave a strong impression and make you forget about work (even for 2 days). But if you don't think about work on the weekend, then you feel more rested than all the time thinking that “tomorrow is Monday”.

    If, on the contrary, a lot of specific long-planned tasks are planned for the weekend and for a number of reasons it is not possible to complete all of them, then clear planning will help here. I.e., the priority of the task, the approximate time for its completion, etc. But this is also a kind of work. Time management is complicated (maybe), but if you know how to use it, it is extremely effective. It is better to reflect everything on paper or in a note on your computer (smartphone). So you can clearly see the whole picture of cases and make an optimal schedule and priority for yourself

    If on the weekend you just want to lie down and do nothing – well, in this option (if you can sleep for 13 (or more) hours a day), the weekend will fly by the fastest, but get some sleep (sometimes you need it).

    Everything is individual and depends on your own preferences and desires. And to do this, you need to be able to listen and hear yourself, know your capabilities and meet your needs. For this purpose, there are 5 working weekdays (half an hour of time per day is enough, for 5 days – this is already 2.5 hours, and this is not enough)

  2. We need to understand how the weekend is going. The more typical and monotonous they are, the shorter they will look. Our brain has a long-standing obvious property: compaction of monotonous information. In such a situation, we remember only something different from the ordinary, it is this event that causes us a sense of time. All the monotonous actions merge into an average temporary sensation and, often, we can not remember: how long we sat on the Internet, watched TV, played a console… The earlier we wake up and spend time in a variety of ways, the fuller and longer our memories will be and, accordingly, the sense of the duration of the time period will increase.
    In short, whether it's easy or not, we all have 5 weekdays to create a rich, unique plan for 2 days off.

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