"I hate Mondays" isn't just a sentiment exclusive to the cartoon cat, Garfield.
It's one that's shared by pretty much everyone who works for a living. Or, maybe not.
A new study may actually disapprove the notion that Monday is the most despised day of the week in cubicles around the globe.
According to a team led by Prof. Arthur Stone at Stony Brook University, the majority of us working stiffs have the same amount of displeasure for Monday that we do for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. In fact, the study, which used a telephone poll of 340,000 people and was published in the "Journal of Positive Psychology," found that we claim to be happiest and least-stressed on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
The reason we focus so much of negativity on Monday is because of the switch from the weekend to the workweek.
Isn't science supposed to tell us stuff we don't already know?
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