Day Off

Tomorrow is some kind of Christian holiday. Here in Austria we’ve got a bunch of those and so it is also a bank holiday. And thus, there won’t be a grocery store open tomorrow. Also, I don’t have to work.
Which means I need to cook something myself instead of eating at the company I work at. Not really a large problem.

Since I left work early too today (I started at 4:30 am because of a customer), the grocery stores weren’t overrun by people thinking they need to buy stuff for the next apocalypse.

Anyway, I’m drifting away from the topic.

It’s interesting that we’ve got sooo many public / bank holidays here. Adding the 5 weeks (or 6 if you’re working long enough) of paid leave only 45 weeks (I didn’t do the math) of work remain in the full year. Removing the weekends the actual work days continue to be less and less.

I wonder how different “our” economy is to states where there aren’t as many “free” days? 
I like how you refer to holidays that are revered as holy by some as "some kind of Christian holiday." 🤣 I understand banks being closed because they'll use any reason to close but grocery stores closing is a surprise.
2021-05-12 16:10:56
I believe your economy and people are better run for it. In the states there's way more waste and people are stressed.

2021-05-12 16:33:07
Do grocery stores close on Sundays? I remember that being a thing in many parts of
so long as you weren't in an ultra major city like 
2021-05-12 16:33:37