You may be experiencing that Monday feeling now, but fast-forward a few days and most of us will have a four day weekend stretched out ahead of us as we celebrate 60 years of our lovely monarch.
And you may have thought that with two extra days at our disposal, there's no excuse not to get stuck into all those little odd jobs around the home. Well, think again.
Although bank holidays are traditionally the perfect time to dig out your tool box and fix up those leaky kitchen taps or repaint the bathroom cabinets, it seems that some Brits will do anything to put off home improvements this weekend.
Recent research from Legal & General's general insurance business has revealed that, while over two thirds (68 per cent) of Brits like to show off their DIY skills over a bank holiday weekend, 15 million of us will be thinking up excuses to get out of home improvements.
Top excuses include popping to the pub to meet friends (six per cent), going on holiday (five per cent) and even spending the day with family or in-laws (four per cent).
If you're one of this DIY-dodging number, then it might be time to take the advice of Mike Lawler, director for Legal & General's general insurance business and ditch the excuses this bank holiday weekend.
"While home maintenance may not be the most exciting way to spend the bank holiday weekend, people shouldn't forget just how important it is to keep on top of any general house repairs," he says.
"Taking the time to carry out regular checks and maintenance around the home could prevent bigger and more expensive problems in the long run."
Remember DIY doesn't have to be dull. Once all the vital repairs are done, why not treat your bathroom to a fancy new chrome towel radiator for your bathroom or invest in some new funky new gadgets for your kitchen and finish the Jubilee weekend with an attractive, spruced up home?