Have you ever had a bad case of "the Mondays"?
A day where you're just grumpy about being back at work, with the whole week ahead of you.
"The Mondays" may actually be a myth.
A Health Magazine survey found our moods are no better or worse on Mondays than they are on a Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday.
The magazine suggests thinking about a good thing to look forward to every day, to keep you happy throughout the week.
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