How do you wish someone a good start of the week?
This is not correct. Don’t use this phrase. The word “ahead” is redundant, because it’s already implied that you are talking about the week to come.
I wish you have a great day ahead. Enjoy your day to the fullest because you never know what’s waiting for you in the future. I hope you will have a wonderful day, today. Two things I want to tell you every day is I love you and have a nice day.
How do you wish have a good day?
Happy New Week to My Girlfriend
– “Hi sweetie, I am always thinking of you and so I want you to have a good day today at work, so that at the end of the day you are happy and delight me with your beautiful smile.” – “I know you are the best at what you do and that today will be a great day for you, I wish you well in all your work duties.”
Here are some professional ways to tell someone, “Hope you’re doing well” in an email:
Being Native English speaker I would recommend saying “Have a good week(end) (ahead)” or just say “have a good one.” So, if you don’t want to sound weird, don’t use “happy week”. As a native English speaker, I have seen “have a good week” used commonly in both spoken and informal written communication.
If you aren’t going to see the person during the whole week, it’s much better to say something like: