The week after New Year's Day can be pretty terrible; the office shutdown is over but you are still having trouble remembering what day it is, and there's a piece of Christmas ham in the fridge that you aren't sure is still safe to eat.
But, what would make that week a whole lot better? Why, a luxury honeymoon to the Maldives.
Phoebe Burgess (nee Hooke) has shared pictures of the island paradise vacation she is enjoying with her new husband, South Sydney Rabbitohs player Sam Burgess.
The couple, who were married in front of 180 family and friends in Bowral on Monday last week, are shown enjoying the clear, blue ocean in the snaps, which Phoebe shared on her Instagram account.
Phoebe, who is a former writer for Cleo and Dolly, has recently updated her Instagram handle, so that it reads, "@mrsphoebeburgess".
On Sunday, she shared an underwater picture of the pair snorkelling.
"We swam with a shark this morning and lived to 'gram' the tale," she captioned the image.
Over on Sam's Instagram account, pictures of a celebration complete with Dom Perignon showed the couple were still ringing in the new year on Sunday.
"Still bringing in 2016 with @mrsphoebeburgess," he wrote.
"[Four] sharks swam past as we ate dinner tonight. Amazing. Happy new year everyone Xxx may all your dreams come true."
It seems sharks have become a source of preoccupation for the Rabbitohs forward.
Video footage posted by Sam on Monday shows him using a GoPro hand-held camera to film a close encounter with a shark while snorkelling.
"It took me 5 days to capture one in the wild," the 27-year-old footballer wrote, hashtagging the post "#obsessed".
Sam and Phoebe tied the knot after dating for 18 months.
The couple moved to Bath, England, last year while Sam tried his hand at English rugby union, but have since returned to Sydney in time for Sam to start training with the Rabbitohs again for the 2016 NRL season.
Although it is tempting to call Phoebe, whose father is former Minerals Council boss Mitch Hooke, a "WAG", she has said she is not a fan of the term.
In April she told the Bath Chronicle the label makes her "cringe a little inside".
"I personally wouldn't throw the term on my resume and it's not something I even consider myself in a serious way," the University of Sydney graduate said.
"I know it's harmless and I've only ever heard it used jokingly, but unfortunately the term is loaded with preconceived ideas of what kinds of women are 'WAGs'. Some people make the mistake of assuming your whole life's work has led to being labelled as one and everything you accomplished before that isn't important."
As for Phoebe's career, according to her personal website she is studying to become a Pilates instructor.