What day is your lazy day? The time when you don't feel like doing anything...
I would call Friday/Saturday my official lazy days....however the day which I don't ever want to do anything is typically Monday... Hard to get going at the start of the week!
For me, it's not a specific day. I tend to go and go until I get burnt out, then crash. It's not healthy at all, but it just happens that way. So, it's usually once a week, no specific day, but more likely on a weekend day after a long week of stressful stuff.
For me, it's usually the next day when I decide to stop being lazy.
Saturday has to be what i call my lazy day. The week has come to an end and i generally feel to unwind.
My lazy days are Saturdays and Sundays. I don't feel like doing anything on those days
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