80% of people spend part of their Sundays worrying about the work week. In recent years, Sundays have gotten busier and less relaxing. Would more of us look forward to work if it took up fewer of our waking hours? #MondayMotivation
"On Sundays, we each reckon with the passing of time and die a small death." Happy Sunday from
The end of a weekend has always been unpleasant, but there is something distinctly modern about the anxiety people feel on the eve of the workweek, writes .
"On Sundays, we each reckon with the passing of time and die a small death.” I hate it when subtweets me
Interesting article from the #Atlantic: Why People Get the ‘Sunday Scaries’ "A 2018 survey commissioned by #LinkedIn found that 80 percent of working American adults worry about the upcoming workweek on Sundays." Do you ever get the #SundayScaries?
"That approaching expanse of leisure that one can survey on Friday evenings, no matter how well used, is followed within 48 hours by the distressing realization that the end of it is inevitable, and that what once seemed like so much time has been used up"
Nice: 'When I asked what would cure the #sundayscaries, she laughed and gave a two-word answer: “Fix capitalism.” But a switch to 4 day week might be an easier fix -
The Sunday night blues: a "low-grade existential dread" that sets up your case of the Mondays. Survey says: in recent years, Sundays have gotten busier and less relaxing. More of us might look forward to work if it took up fewer of our waking hours.
Read on another form of low-grade existential dread
I suspect more than a few of us feel this upon waking up Sunday morning.
Why People Get the ‘Sunday Scaries’ The end of a weekend has always been unpleasant, but there is something distinctly modern about the anxiety many people feel on the eve of a workweek.