National Thank God It’s Monday Day

National Thank God It’s Monday Day is a holiday that encourages people to think about the start of the week a little bit differently. People who have to head out the door for work and children heading out to school both usually hate this day of the week, but that shouldn’t be the case.

It’s a day that should be looked upon as a new opportunity for a person to begin their journey towards accomplishing their personal goals. Of course, employers and teachers can help make Monday a more pleasant experience by hosting special events on this holiday to raise people’s morale. Perhaps a little party or special event that would make the people who show up happier.

The History Of National Thank God It’s Monday Day

We really don’t know who invented this holiday. Was a teacher who was trying to raise the morale of their students? Or maybe it was an employer looking to increase workplace productivity?

After all, this holiday is observed on the first Monday in January, and traditionally, that’s the time when workplace productivity is at an all-time low. If we ever find out who invented this holiday or when they invented it, we’ll share it with everyone, but for now, it’s just going to have to remain a mystery.

Observing National Thank God It’s Monday Day

We think that this is a holiday that everyone can appreciate and a holiday on which everyone can make that Monday more pleasant. For employers, that means giving their workers a bit of a break and maybe offering them the chance to dress casually or to have a small office party.

For teachers, it’s a good day to do something nice for the class. And for those workers and students, it’s a good day to do something to make the office or the classroom the best it can be. If we all work together, we can improve the status of Mondays and make sure it’s never a day that people dread.

When is it?
This year (2023)
January 2 Monday
Next year (2024)
January 1 Monday
Last year (2022)
January 3 Monday
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