Every day we learn new things. Our surroundings make us look at things differently. What we hear shapes our thoughts and opinions. Whether we learn something good or bad, everything we perceive is processed. Visual, acoustic, and tactile perceptions are encoded and become part of our short-term and even long-term memories.
Last week, I learned something VERY important. Okay, maybe it’s not that important, but something worth mentioning. It’s the last piece of solid advice my old boss passed down to me. So what is this great piece of wisdom he bestowed on me? Well, here it goes.
Everyone hates Mondays. They are terrible because the fun has come to an end, and we must carry on with our adult responsibilities. Plus, who can possibly love a day that marks the conclusion of happy times?
On Tuesday, everyone has just survived Monday, but the long week is still ahead. Friday can’t even be seen in the distance.
On Wednesday, everyone is like “Yass, it’s humpday!” We’re almost there, and the worst is far behind us.
On Thursday, you can see the finish line! Friday Jr. is here, and freedom is just around the corner.
On Friday, everyone is FRIYAY! We have those Friday feelings, and the finish line to happy hour is finally here.
In conclusion, there is no point to Tuesday. It is by far the worst day of the week, and it simply sucks!