Each country has a different belief with regards to spending their daily lives at any day of the week. The usual weekdays of Monday to Friday are considered as working days, similar to that of most countries today. Saturday is an option for others to make as a working day or not, but for the British, Saturdays are times where they spend with their families and times for shopping.
Sundays are extension of the quality time spent with families. This includes the shopping malls and stalls which would not hold the usual working hours. Some would not even open since the British put premium towards family and religion during the weekends.
For Britain, it is obvious that premium on stronger ties within families is what is important. Their traditions and routine manner of living is something to envy. But for each country today, adjustments to the manner of living is a must to adhere towards the increasing demand for quality living.
[tags]english culture, english traditions, family[/tags]