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  • What to do based on the day of the week
  • June 17, 2015
  • By Karla Sullivan

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    Monday is not the best day for anything, but cleaning and organizing the workplace.  This is not the day for high level marketing, but it is a productive day to stay focused. Studies suggest that we are at the peak of productivity by about 10 am. Lower stock returns happen on a Monday and if saddled by illness or chronic depression, more suicides have occurred on a Monday.

    Tuesdays

    The best day to shop is Tuesday, according to retail employees. Since the weekend mess is cleared, customer service is more available to assist. And generally research shows that Tuesdays are good days to begin new projects and resolve conflict. It is one of the better days for business meetings and corporate relations. Tuesdays can be a cheaper way to fly the skies and the afternoon can offer the best prices in airline tickets. According to a report by Nationwide Insurance, less accidents occur on this day.

    Wednesdays

    Wednesdays are known as hump day because you are typically half way through the work week. Wednesdays are usually a good marketing day, especially for e-mail distribution.  According to some studies, Wednesday is a good day for short journeys or trips if taken especially in the morning. Dining out is favorable as less people are in the restaurants, so owners sponsor better discounts.

    Thursdays

    Some believe that Thursday is the best day for businesses to post on Social networks, which would also include late afternoon and early evening. Thursday is also a good time to handle financial affairs and pursue educational goals – such as starting a new class. This is a day for new romantic beginnings and additions to your wardrobe.

    Fridays

    TGIF is finally here for most businesses and it is a day of escaping early. It is also the day that many have adapted as a casual dress workday or jeans day. Because Friday is a subtle reminder of the weekend approaching, it has also been known as a romantic day but not a good day on the road because accidents increase, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. And some research suggests it is not the best day for medical procedures either.

    Saturdays

    Saturday is notoriously the happiest day and as a result, a day to overindulge in alcohol. Saturday used to be called date night but now Wednesdays have taken that status. Successful people generally spend their time with their spouse and children, run errands and exercise.

    Sundays

    This is the day of rest or a for the Lord in the Christian religion. Saturday and Sunday are the best days to buy plane tickets. Sundays are great days for homework and home organization before that dreaded Monday returns. Saturday and Sundays are know as the best vacation days though prices are usually higher. But the weekend is a great time to reflect and re-charge.

    And any day is prime time to plan for your future. Using the Internet to search for the best way to save and increase your financial nest egg can be done at all hours.  Gaining knowledge on what may work for you and your family are minutes well-spent. Chatting with agents that are willing to find the best insurance investment for your situation can create a golden opportunity.  Focus your time today to plan your future.

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