When Tuesday is Monday.
You know what I am talking about… The work week that starts on Tuesday after a long weekend. Whether that long weekend was a holiday observance or elective time off, a work week that starts on Tuesday can be disorienting, disconcerting, and down right drudgery. Do ya follow me?
For some, both entrepreneurs and employers, a 4-day work week is commonplace.
Well I am here to promote the positive:
- You have before you only a 4-day work week! Only 4 days, woot! There have been lots of articles written about both sides of that coin.
- You WILL get more done. #crunchtime. Having less time to waste, you will automatically be more productive.
- You are not alone. The majority of the working population can commiserate.
Cannot resist sharing a few quotes about Tuesdays…
It’s only Tuesday and I’m already 95% done with this week.
Tuesday is Monday’s ugly sister.
Nothing messes up your Friday like realizing it’s only Tuesday.
Tuesday means we’re a day closer to a weekend spent dreading Monday.
Fun Fact: Tuesday is also known as the most productive day of the working week. According to a survey from Accountemps, almost half of the 150 executives that participated in a poll, identified Tuesday as the day that their employees were most productive. They reported that a Tuesday will always beat a Monday because the first day of the working week tends to be filled with more meetings. (Source: ShowMe)