#FridayFeeling: 7 feel-good hashtags for each day of the week

 “Hashtag” skit with Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake

#TGIF!

What is it about the weekend that we love so much? Could it be the BBQ waiting to be fired in the backyard, being able to press the snooze button on our alarms, or finally being able to catch up with family and friends? Whatever it is, the weekend is a time we look forward to, and it doesn’t only apply to people who work in certain jobs. In fact, studies have shown that the “weekend effect” makes people happier regardless of occupation.

So, what if every day could feel like the weekend?

Each day, Twitter populates a “Trending” section where the most used hashtags and topics being talked about appear. On that list, there’s at least one hashtag that trends specifically to getting us pumped and motivated, if not reflective and inspired for the day. Thinking of getting a meal plan ready for the week? Tweet it out and use #MondayMotivation – motivate others while also getting ideas for next week.

With social media, and Twitter in particular, people who share the same joys (and pains) are just a hashtag away, creating a real sense of community and ability to get inspired as well as inspire others.

Check out these 7 feel-good Twitter hashtags and connect with us throughout the week @SEIUHealthCan:

  1. #MondayMotivation
  2. #TuesdayTip
  3. #WednesdayWisdom
  4. #ThursdayThought
  5. #FridayFeeling
  6. #SaturdayVibes
  7. #SundayFunday

Got hashtags to share? Tweet them to us @SEIUHealthCan and include #healthaholicblog!

By: Richelle Himaya


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