You're not alone if you think Sunday's are depressing. New research out of Canada finds that compared to 30 years ago, people now spend nearly twice as much time on Sundays on job-related work. Additionally, data collected from more than 50-thousand people revealed that time spent doing household chores, taking care of kids, and shopping increased from 2.9 hours to four hours each Sunday. At the same time the data reveals people are spending less time doing
leisurely activities on Sundays such as socializing with friends, reading, watching TV. Turns out Sunday is no longer a day of rest, but researchers say doing your tasks in the morning and saving afternoons and evenings for relaxing is a good way to balance the day.