Last Thursday, I thought of doing something different in the office to make everyone’s day fill with a little smile!!! By Thursday usually everyone is so worked up!
So, I came up with the idea of greeting them with memes every time I mailed someone and compiled a list of them…In between the packed schedules and tensed environment, I really got positive feedback and everyone wished me back with big smiles! Looks like it Worked!!! Work Memes!!!
So, this Monday I decided that I will do this for the rest of the month, ah I know that’s two more weeks precisely!
Then I started surfing the net to learn more about the days of the week! Look what I found!!!
Hope you guys enjoy it too!
Mondays are the toughest for everyone!
Did you know, if you surf the internet, you will get some interesting facts about Monday!
The name of Monday is derived from Old English Mōnandæg and Middle English Monenday, originally a translation of Latin dies lunae “day of the Moon”.
The names of the day of the week were coined in the Roman era, in Greek and Latin, in the case of Monday as ἡμέρᾱ Σελήνης, diēs Lūnae “day of the Moon”.
Interested Already: Visit:
Name of the Days of the Week!
Here comes Tuesday! Monday is Over So lets enjoy the rest of the week in peace!
Did you know! Tuesday is also known as the most productive day of the working week? And Tuesday is named after Tiw, the Norse god of single combat, victory and glory. Tiw is associated with Mars, the Roman god of war, which is why the day is Mardi in French, Martes in Spanish and Martedi in Italian.
Wednesdays are frequently thought of as the most pointless day of the week. However, they mark the halfway point between last weekend and this weekend, so they can’t be that bad.
Read this post here to get some interesting facts about Wednesday!
Thursday is the fourth day of the week between Wednesday and Friday, and is named after Thor, the hammer-wielding Norse god of thunder.
If you were to ask me, Thursdays are one of the most underappreciated days of the week. You’re more than halfway through the work week and you’re so close to Friday you can almost taste it. There are rarely interesting happenings that take place on Thursdays, so it tends to fall to the wayside and almost go unnoticed among the other exciting days of the week
Well I usually spend most of my week looking forward to Friday. Once Friday gets here, I’m always excited. For some reason, I don’t even care that I have to work that day, I’m just glad the weekend is finally here! The name “Friday” originates from the Norse goddess Freya. The day was devoted to the goddess of fertility, Freya – Freitag – Friday. Want more fun fact! Read this!
Friday!!! Do I need to say more!!!