Black Friday

November 24, 2017  •  1 Comment

Time seems to go quicker every year.  We are already at another Black Friday.  And once again I can’t help but mention that commercialism has crept into our holidays.  One of the most distressing things about the commercial creep that Black Friday has done is creating earlier hours for employees to work.  Some retail stores now ask their employees to start working on Thanksgiving Night.  

 

Isn’t there supposed to be some time with family?

 

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Cyber Monday doesn’t have the same concern for me as it is an Internet sale and it doesn’t necessarily affect employees having to “work.”

 

As I’ve said for my “holiday” columns, I can’t be the ONLY one who feels this way, can I?

 

 

 

 

In the meantime:
Focus on what's ahead of you.
--
Chris

 


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Roy A. Ackerman, PhD, EA(non-registered)
Since I don't participate in this madness, I don't have much to say about it's traditions. I do note the terrible traffic near malls (which ruins my escapades), but since I DETEST waiting in line (or in traffic) and hear many others consider this one of the banes of modern life, I have no clue why anyone would consider participating in Black Friday events.
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