If you ask the blogging experts, posting an article on a Friday evening is just plain silly. Well, the heck with conventional wisdom, we have business to handle. Do you hate three-day weekends? Got an offer for ya’…
As soon as this baby posts on Chipur Facebook, I’m going to post an invitation on same to share – anything – throughout the three-dayer.
And it’s the talk of the office, neighborhood, social media, you name it. “So what are you doing this weekend?” But then someone turns to you and broadsides you with it. You were hoping that wouldn’t happen, but, oh well, it did.
Fact is, you hate three-day weekends, and don’t much want to talk about it.
I don’t suppose we mood and anxiety disorder folk have an exclusive on it, but three-day weekends are often not so popular in our neck of the woods.
Why is that, anyway?
- Too much idle time to be alone with self, thoughts, feelings?
- Any break from routine is upsetting?
- Too much forced activity and interaction?
- Unavailable or closed relied upon resources?
- Haunting memories of holidays past?
I’m sure you can come up with more. But the point is, three-day weekends can be dicey propositions for anyone dealing with a mood or anxiety disorder. And that reality needs to see the light of day.
Okay, so that offer…
As soon as this baby posts on Chipur Facebook, I’m going to post an invitation on same to share – anything – throughout the three-dayer. Have something on your mind? You’ll have an audience and at least a reply from me.
I mean, doesn’t it feel good to know the lights will be on somewhere?
Alrighty, then, ’nuff said for now. Didn’t intend for this to be a longie, just wanted to get the word out.
Yep, millions of us hate three-day weekends. So let’s hop on Chipur Facebook and do something about it.
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