One of the constants of my life is the daily routine, that is the run of things and activities that make up my life, my 'routine' based on the day of the week.
Sundays are leisurely --I like to read the print edition of both the Chronicle and NY Times, (over the on-line version), with breakfast at the Coffee Mill in Oakland.
Saturday is lost in the shuffle. It's no wonder Saturday is considered the slowest day of the news week and thus why a good many politicians who want bad news buried usually release it on a Friday.
Monday used to be super depressing, the start of the business week and the first day back from the weekend but given our 24/7 digital world where our lives and communications have been marginalized, I'm not sure Monday is so much a downer anymore.
I like Tuesday for a variety of reasons. It's devoid of the Monday doldrums and because it's also in the front-view mirror of Wednesday --the official countdown to Friday, is a good neutral day. Wednesday, what many people refer to as "hump day", is now the new Thursday, which used to be the new Friday. Friday is now completely out of control and is essentially a lost day--a time when many of us all find it a good day to tweet, "facebook" and put out pictures on our Instagram account.
What a wonderful world.