Monday Morning Blues

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Monday Morning Blues - Dont let start of work week psyche you out By...
Dont let start of work week psyche you out By Jody Fraleigh Wausau Daily Herald If you're lethargic and dragging, it must be Monday. And like others heading for work or school, youll be struggling to wake up and look productive throughout a day that might stand as an omen for the rest of the week. It's a day experts say brings more work-related work-related work-related injuries. "Monday "Monday has the highest proportion of (workplace) injuries of any day," said Dan Curran of the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics in Chicago. Others claim Mondays are a tense time. "Workers who go back saying "God, I hate Mondays' are maximizing the stressful impact" and risks, said R. Wayne Fuqua, a psychology professor at Western Michigan University. Knowing those facts brings little comfort as you start the working week. But you're not alone. You can bet disc jockey Jim Beem is struggling also. At work at Z104-FM, Z104-FM, Z104-FM, Merrill, at about 4:45 a.m. Monday, he's expected to be energetic, inspirational even. His secret "the big tanker-load tanker-load tanker-load of coffee. None of that decaf, that's for wimps," Beem said. Then he cranks the tunes. "We have a number of Monday morning songs." There's one called "Monday Sucks," there's another favorite called "Caffeine," a takeoff on Eric Clapton's song "Cocaine." Then he just tries to get through the day. "Just kind of hope for the best. Don't expect too much." Packing a lunch Sunday night for Monday, Beem said, he can't help but ask himself, "Didn't we just do this last week?" The answer to that is most definitely definitely yes, but even with practice, Monday's don't get any easier for Jim Zollpriester, Kronenwetter Please turn to MONDAYS8E ; 24 5 M..V-". M..V-". M..V-". H f Bob RadunzWauuu Daily Herald Make it a double: Judy Holz, manager of Riiser Mobil Mart on Third Street, pours customer Jim Briggs a cup of coffee to help him get through yet another Monday. A To survive Monday, look at how you spend the weekend By Randy Riebe Wausau Daily Herald It's Sunday night. You're tossing and turning in bed. A quick glance at the alarm reveals a rapidly diminishing window window of sleep time. Another dreaded Monday morning morning awaits. Sound familiar? If so, maybe it's time to reevaluate how you're working working your way through the weekend. It's possible that your diet, physical physical activities and even relaxation time may all be affecting how you start the work week "People do tend to overeat on the weekends, and it has a rebound effect," said Cindy Stenavich, a registered registered dietitian at Marshfield Clinic. Clinic. "There's a tendency to eat out more and eat a high-fat high-fat high-fat or high-Please high-Please high-Please turn to SUR VIVE8 E

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  1. Wausau Daily Herald,
  2. 08 Oct 1995, Sun,
  3. Page 45

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