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Workweek and weekend

The workweek and weekend are those complementary parts of the week devoted to labour and rest, respectively. The legal working week (British English), or workweek (American English), is the part of the seven-day week devoted to labour. In most of the Western world, it is Monday to Friday; the weekend is Saturday and Sunday. A weekday or workday is any day of the working week. Other institutions often follow the pattern, such as places of education.

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At the end of a long week of work, how do you spend your weekend? Still on work e-mail? Working on assignments that should have been finished during the week? Why not actually take a break for one. Step away from the computer, get involved in some kind of physical activity, and actually take a moment to feel as if it is the weekend, and not just an extension of your work week.

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