It has changed over the years but now Mondays and Wednesdays are tops.
Monday because it has the least traffic and after being more or less trapped by traffic all weekend Monday is a day to get things going for the week.
Wednesdays are the days when I meet up with friends, maybe have a beer or three and relax. Although Wednesdays tend to also get screwed up with appointments, like today.
I am working, so i prefer friday, because I know tomorrow I'll get the time with my friends.
Anyway thanks for sharing Borsia:)
When I worked for someone else Fridays were my favorite.
When I worked for myself it didn't matter when you are the owner you work whatever hours are required.
Now I'm a retired expat and living in the Philippines and only work at writing.
I am dreaming of a day when I'll be my own boss!
Good for you Borsia, I envy you lol!
Enjoy your work, have fun and take care:)
Just remember that being your own boss carries a lot of baggage. I virtually never got a vacation beyond a long weekend once in a great while. I also worked around 60 hours a week average.
I'm all about Thursdays, mainly because I never schedule classes on Fridays.
3 day weekends every week
But, in general, with Thursday you get the anticipation of Friday and the weekend while still maintaining the productivity of the work week.
Then, people go out to drink and the weekend spirit is barely blooming, so no one gets trashed but everyone still wants to have fun.
Also, the TV shows. Unbeatable.
Definitely Fridays, wrap up the week and get the weekend on. Difficult to concentrate at work though.
Saturday, specifically Saturday morning, the time when I can sleep for as long as I'd like to.
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