Do you get the Sunday Night Blues, thinking about Monday mornings?

Image result for tomorrow is mondayIt’s called the “Sunday Night Blues.” How you feel on Sunday about going back to work on Monday morning will tell you if it’s time to find a new job. While some of the dread may simply be making that weekly transition from leisure to work, you know it’s something more serious if you’re feeling trapped, hopeless or anxious about returning to the office. The Sunday Night Blues are fairly common with some 76 percent of American workers saying they suffer from it, according to a survey. But having the blues vs. sobbing your eyes out is something different. Lynn Taylor, a national workplace expert and the author of “Tame Your Terrible Office Tyrant: How to Manage Childish Boss Behavior and Thrive in Your Job,” told Business Insider that writing about your feelings will add clarity to your situation. “You don’t have to produce an elaborate, perfectly crafted document of pros and cons. It’s sometimes easier, more heartfelt, and effective to jot down your thoughts in a free-form way, as if you were having a conversation. Taylor warns that job anxiety can steal not only your joy, but also compromise your health. “The key thing to remember is that you do have choices, she told Business Insider. “Your career future is only limited by your imagination.”