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    Administrator CatInASuit's avatar
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    Default Blue Monday

    Not the New Order song, but apparently today is the most miserable day of the year.

    The Monday after which all the Christmas goodwill has evaporated, work has settled in thoroughly, the credit card bills all roll in and the days are still too long.

    Not to mention the weather...

    So is everyone else happy, and what are your tips for being cheerful on this most unfortunate of days?

    No, listening to New Order doesn't count.
    In the land of the blind, the one-arm man is king.

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    I got nothing except just get out of bed and keep going.

    It's what works

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    What?!?!? No, there are plenty of other crappy days in the year. Today (in the U.S. at least) is MLK Day and Inauguration Day (when Jan. 20 falls on a Sunday). It's been a great day here.

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    As of today people were still wishing me "Happy New Year" which I found a bit odd. Yesterday was fine, just chilly.

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    To be blue is to be sad. Many people feel sad returning to work after a weekend of rest -- and that's the meaning behind blue Monday. "The weekend's over," Felix sighed, "and here it is, blue Monday, time to get back to the routine of work."

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