The three most common words today will be ‘MY BRACKET BUSTED” or ‘I HATE MONDAY’S”

We know why are brackets are busted, “WE SUCK AT PICKING GAMES”

Why do we hate Monday’s?

Well for one because we are supposed to!!!!

The hate of Monday’s has been pounded into our heads most of our lives and now with social media we post memes about Monday’s and almost all are negative about the 1st day of the week

An article in the Huffington post has scientific reason for our disdain of Monday’s.

 Sleep Patterns

Our minds are absolute slaves to our body clocks. As we remember every year when the clocks “spring forward,” even an hour’s change can completely mess you up. But in a way, we do this to ourselves every single week. Since most people don’t get enough sleep during the week, they often try to make up for it on weekends. But sleeping in even an hour or two for just two days can confuse your body clock.  According to scientists that extra sleep just makes you more tired at the start of the week, because it can throw your body clock off by up to 45 minutes. This makes it even harder to get up on a Monday morning, even though you would think you would be well rested since you “caught up” on sleep over the weekend.

  1. Socializing

One strange reason we might feel down Monday mornings is thanks to something that dates back to our cavemen days. Humans are social animals, and to feel happy we need to feel comfortable of our place in a “tribe,” so to speak… Gossiping with your co-workers is an important part of gearing up for the work week, and if you don’t do this, you might feel out of sorts.

  1. Sudden Change

Scientists have found that when you ask people to record their emotions at regular intervals, it turns out that Mondays are no more stressful or depressing than Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday. Fridays only come out ahead because people are anticipating the weekend. Other than that, all work days are equally terrible. But if you ask people to remember which day was worst, they will always say Monday.

  1. You Feel Worse About Yourself

Your average weekend might involve eating, drinking, or smoking more than normal. And all of these things take a toll on you physically, which may be why one study found that American women of all ages and locations feel least attractive on Mondays.

People also see Mondays as the best day to change something about themselves. You are more likely to start a diet a diet on the first day of the week, as well as quit smoking. While these are positive changes, they aren’t fun to actually do, and they come from a place of feeling bad about yourself and your health, which contributes to that blah Monday feeling.

  1. You Are Less Healthy

But you don’t just feel less healthy on a Monday, you actually are less healthy. Scientists have found that even people who generally maintain their weight weigh the most on Monday’s   Mondays are also the most common day for people to suffer heart attacks and strokes   Even if you don’t end up in the hospital, your blood pressure is higher on Monday, as is your chance of getting sick in general.

  1. You Don’t Like Your Job

According to a massive Gallup poll, 70 percent of people hate or, at best, are “completely disengaged” from their job. This contributes to what psychiatrists and career coaches call the MONDAY BLUES.

So there are reasons we hate Monday’s.  So if you will excuse me I have a diet to break.    Dang I feel bad about myself.   HAPPY MONDAY

The KOOL 1039 “Cache Valley Media Bracket Challenge” continues and my bracket isn’t completely busted it does have several cracks.   But my bracket is still better than Ajay Salveson from THE FAN.  Ajay joined me on the air this morning.

Today is “International Waffle day”

Stupid News: A hero almost loses his job.  A little league coach ain’t that smart.  The Best man proves to be anything but.

Laff lines: Turing 50