What Color Is Your Day

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Assignment 2.2 - What Color Is Your Day?

Clients will not have the same values, beliefs, and goals that you do regarding health and wellness. To illustrate these differences, assign a color to each day of the week. Take time to consider what color you think best represents each day and be able to justify your thought process. We will share our colors with the class and see where there are similarities and differences.

Example: “I think Monday is best represented by the color gray. I assigned this color because Monday is the beginning of the school week and so it is rather gloomy because I still have the whole week ahead of me.”
|Day |What color represents the day? |Why did you select that color? |
|Monday | |I think my Monday is best represented by the color orange. Most people do not like |
| | |Mondays because it’s just the beginning of the week and their fun weekend has ended, |
| |Orange |however, I use this as an opportunity to motivate my clients with my enthusiasm and |
| | |spunk. |
|Tuesday | |I think my Tuesday is best represented by pink because pink stands for appreciation, |
| |Pink |sympathy and love, so I make Tuesday Customer appreciation day. |
|Wednesday | |My Wednesdays are best represented by the color gray because as many think of this as|
| |Gray |a gloomy color I look at the…...

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