(CNN) - There's no such thing as a case of the Mondays, according to a survey.
According to Health Magazine, it seems that our moods are no better or worse on Mondays than they are Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday.
Researchers at Stony Brook University in New York analyzed Gallup telephone poll data from a large national survey.
Even the weekends aren't safe. A separate study found people are grumpiest on Sunday, possibly because they are depressed about returning to work the following day.
Health Magazine quotes a Harvard University professor who suggests to think of a good thing to look forward to each day to brighten your mood.
Willie Nelson's nine-hole golf course in Briarcliff is up for sale and the asking price is $3 million, according to a local real estate website.
The lawyer for embattled District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg argued Wednesday that the civil trial aimed at removing her from office should be dismissed.
Pope Francis, the first Jesuit pontiff who won hearts and headlines with his humility and common touch, was named Time magazine's Person of the Year for 2013.
When Dawn Erin decided to seek health coverage for the first time in two decades, she was prepared for the red-tape run-around.
Most of the crowd that poured into Austin City Hall on Tuesday night was disappointed with the Parks and Recreation Department's decision to approve a smaller off leash area at Auditorium Shores.
The cold weather tends to bring a bump in cold and flu cases in Central Texas which has a lot of people reaching for over-the-counter drugs. Doctors say to use caution though when picking out those medicines.