The 28th of December is turning out to be the most awful day of the festive period, as indicated by a new study report. “Moody Monday”, as it is being named, is the day families are well on the way to contend over the holiday period. It is likewise the day that more than 33% of individuals will begin to worry about over-indulgence and the year ahead.
As per the study led by Kwik Fit, the main three reasons for contentions are: reactions of family members, unseemly behavior and tasks not being shared. The festive survey of 2,000 Brits pinpointed the car journey home from seeing relatives as when the arguments are well on the way to occur.
Almost 42% of people those participated in the poll said they had an argument in their car on the way back home after visiting a relative. A total of 18% of people said this would tip them over the edge, while 15% were irritated by unfitting behavior and 14% were likely to row over people not helping out around the house.
Paul Boulton, Retail Sales and Operations Director at Kwik Fit said financial worries topped the Moody Monday woes for almost 29% of Britons. While 28% said it would be bloated waistlines while 14% pointed towards a post-Christmas anti-climax as a worry. Paul Boulton of urged drivers to be organized and have a safety check before hitting the road.