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As a generally anxious extroverted introvert with a busy work and after-work weekday schedule, I can venture a guess as to why this cycle kept repeating itself. The hashtag selfcaresunday has overposts on Instagram, and fridayfeeling has over 2 million.
The widespread documentation of weekends on Instagram Stories and Snapchat only further amplifies their cultural currency.
A few people pointed out this conundrum might be endemic to the U. Sleep is unlimited, food is savory and always homemade, there are no obligations to attend because nobody plans them on weekends. Even within the U. One woman, an Orthodox Jew, told me she was grateful for the Jewish law that mandates eschewing social media and focusing on family and friends every Saturday incidentally the same law that conceived the U.
Another spoke about becoming a mother and how childcare turns weekends into work days, too. The same can be true for people who work more than one job, or self-employed people who have less of a traditional Monday to Friday work schedule.
At least, nothing visible. No natural phenomenon occurs every seven days. Nothing happens to the sun, the moon, or the stars. The week is an artificial, man-made interval. In that sense, how we emotionally approach, build and evaluate our days off is in our hands more than the zeitgeist might imply.
So perhaps, come Friday afternoon, the question we need to be asking is not what are we doing, but what do we need? Illustrations by Audrey H. By Elizabeth Tamkin. By Gyan Yankovich. By Daniela Guerrero. By Amalie MacGowan. By Tess Garcia. Search Clear Search.
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