Sometimes I wonder if other people associate each day of the week with certain things, feelings, or even a state of being. It may make sense for partygoers to associate a Friday (night) with loud music or booze. Maybe "grace" for the lady who never misses church on Sundays. Then Mondays are probably the "dread" of those in the 9-5 grind and the students who think that school is the worst thing ever.  

Growing up, I always saw Sundays as "boring" while Saturday was (and still is) "the best day of the week" regardless of how uneventful it could get at times. I guess it's just a vibe that's pretty hard to explain, but what I'm sure of is that it's how it makes me feel. The other days are not really on my radar. Just kind of meh. They are just what they are for me —just "days".  The past year definitely blurred this concept thanks to the lockdowns, WFH situations and just being stuck at home. All the days seem to just feel like seven Mondays, seven Tuesdays, seven Wednesdays to seven Sundays. So when I feel truly happy, the day feels like a Saturday and when it's not —it's a Sunday.

Today marks the anniversary of the last time I actually went out to have fun before the lockdown. The last Saturday I was truly out and the last time I felt that it was a Saturday.
It's been a year since Saturday.
Had to find a new way to play.

2021-03-13 16:43:48
I believe the phenomenon of all days feeling the same has been christened "Blursday." I agree with you Saturday is definitely the best day of the week. Saturday morning is the opposite of Monday morning.
2021-03-13 17:33:28
I kind of envy that you and
have this feeling. I used to feel relieved that I did not have such an affinity for Saturdays. But it was because I was and undisciplined kid who would just be okay with skipping classes and getting high and drunk on a Tuesday. 

Lol so the post college years were tough on me. Without having a core structure imposed on me through school I just didn't know what to do with myself. and everyday felt like a Saturday. But not the good kind. The hangover after a Friday night drinking Saturday. 

I'm just now starting to hit a stride where I can finally enjoy each day as it comes.

2021-03-14 03:02:30
I personally, love Mondays. Sundays feel the blurgiest. Saturdays are awesome as well - but I love the action when everybody is back in front of their keyboards.
2021-03-14 04:50:50
I also find Mondays my favorite as well. I find it freeing to be able to do whatever I want without feeling any guilt of what I ought to be doing. Come Fridays and Saturdays I feel almost like I need to do certain things --> maybe socialize or drink? and I don't like feeling like needing to do it. 

I would like to get over this though. I would like for my imaginations on what's expected of me not control my enjoyment of it so much.

2021-03-14 13:54:14
@brianball I despise Mondays for the same reason. 
2021-03-14 16:09:41