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Tuesday comes from Old English “Tīwesdæg,” after Tiu, Tiw or Tyr, a one-handed Norse god of duelling. The Romans named their third day of the week after their god of war, Mars. That is why romantic languages like Spanish, French and Italian all have similar names for Tuesday: martes, mardi, and martedi.

When you start to do the things that you truly love, it wouldn’t matter whether it is Monday or Friday; you would be so excited to wake up each morning to work on your passions.” Edmond Mbiaka

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01 de dez. de 2020

Apparently the Spanish and Greeks consider Tuesday to be their least favourite day of the week, particularly if it falls on the 13th.

It used to be my least favourite day of the week as well! For some reason if something bad happened it seemed to almost always happen on a Tuesday!

These days I appreciate that life is short, time is fast, so appreciate every day as it comes!

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