Weekly Wordsmith: Mondays

(Unknown Source) Monday is the only day the stock market is more likely to fall than to rise. Companies are prone to release bad news on Friday nights, when fewer people are paying attention. Monday is the first day investors can react. Even Washington Post made a conclusion with two years' worth of tweets from 2.4 million people’s Twitter accounts, through the use of negative words versus positive words throughout the week. They found that throughout the world, weekends rock and Monday mornings are a downer. All that being said, most peoples mood depends on the outlook of their daily lives and how they want to feel. Attitude isn't just about whether or not you're having a good or bad day, It can affect relationships, careers and your future. 

Stay positive and take something good from everyday of the week.

photo: Anthony Masters

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