The Definitive Ranking Of The Days Of The Week
Start writing a post
Student Life

The Definitive Ranking Of The Days Of The Week

In case there was any confusion.

The Definitive Ranking Of The Days Of The Week

I have had countless arguments with people about the worst day of the week. Is the worst Sunday when you have to do all the work you put off? Or Monday when you have to hand it all in? Just to clarify any confusion, here is my definite list of ranking of the days of the week, from best to worst.


Friday is pure oblivion. For me, it is the start to a three-day weekend. Even to those who work or have class on Friday, it provides a certain sense of comfort that at the end of the day, you know you’ll get to rest for a few days.


Saturday means sleeping in. Brunches. Cuddles. What is not to love? Sometimes the lack of productivity makes it feel (slightly) less good than a Friday.


Thursdays are when it is finally socially acceptable to put off a little bit of work and watch that one (or four) episode(s) of SVU.


Wednesday is when a hint of a weekend is near. Once I’ve made it this far into the week there is also hope that I will make it out.


Sundays mean catching up on all the work that I put off all weekend. Every weekend I convince myself that Sunday will magically make everything better, but every weekend I am disappointed. There is also overwhelming dread about the doom of Monday morning coming.


Literally what even is Tuesday? It’s like trying to be Monday, but failing miserably. It is not even close to the end of the week and is a sad excuse of a day. It also never fails to feel 100 years long.


Mondays mean productivity, work, classes, and the end of the weekend. Is there anything worse than waking up on a Monday morning?

Report this Content
This article has not been reviewed by Odyssey HQ and solely reflects the ideas and opinions of the creator.

5 Different Religions And Their Unique Christmas Celebrations

From Hanukkah Lights to Nativity Scenes: 5 Faiths' Unique Takes on the Christmas Spirit

Christmas traditions

The Holidays are a time for being with friends and family and celebrating the birth of Christ, but sometimes we forget to acknowledge the other religions and what they celebrate. Some religions like the Islam do not even celebrate Christmas and then you have others, the Buddhists, who use the holiday to practice their religion of spreading peace and goodwill. In no particular order, I would like to demonstrate a little culture about the ways Christmas is celebrated or is not celebrated throughout five different religions.

Keep Reading...Show less

12 Reasons Why I Love Christmas

What's Not To Love? But These Reasons Are Why Christmas Is Best

Young woman with open arms enjoying the snow on a street decorated with Christmas lights.

There are so many reasons why I love the Christmas time! Check out the joy that makes this time of year truly special, from festive traditions to heartwarming moments. Enjoy!

Keep Reading...Show less

A Beginner's Wine Appreciation Course

While I most certainly do not know everything, I feel like I know more than the average 21-year-old about vino, so I wrote this beginner's wine appreciate course to help YOU navigate the wine world and drink like a pro.

White wine being poured into a glass

Keep Reading...Show less
Types of ice cream

Who doesn't love ice cream? People from all over the world enjoy the frozen dessert, but different countries have their own twists on the classic treat.

Keep Reading...Show less
Student Life

100 Reasons to Choose Happiness

Happy Moments to Brighten Your Day!

A man with a white beard and mustache wearing a hat

As any other person on this planet, it sometimes can be hard to find the good in things. However, as I have always tried my hardest to find happiness in any and every moment and just generally always try to find the best in every situation, I have realized that your own happiness is much more important than people often think. Finding the good in any situation can help you to find happiness in some of the simplest and unexpected places.

Keep Reading...Show less

Subscribe to Our Newsletter

Facebook Comments