Don't stop celebrating yet!

Posted 12/27/21

As the holiday season comes to an end, some might not be quite ready to get back to ordinary life.

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Don't stop celebrating yet!


As the holiday season comes to an end, some might not be quite ready to get back to an ordinary life. In that case, consider adding these holidays to your repertoire.

Of course, everyone knows January 1 is New Year's Day, but did you know January 2 is celebrated as National Science Fiction Day? It is also World Introvert Day which makes it the perfect day to curl up in a quiet room with a good book.

January 3 is Fruitcake Toss Day, so if you have been wondering what to do with the dreaded fruitcake, this is your chance to get rid of it.

January 4 is not only World Weigh In Day but ironically, it is also National Spaghetti Day. It might be best to weigh in before dinner on this holiday.

January 5 is National Bird Day which happens to fall on the final day of the Audubon Society’s annual Christmas Bird Count.

January 6 is Cuddle Up Day, and January 8 is Bubble Bath Day. On January 10, we celebrate Peculiar People Day. Everyone knows someone who is a little different or odd. Take some time on this day to let them know how much you appreciate their uniqueness.

Although January 17 is National Ditch New Year’s Resolution Day, research suggests most have given their resolution up by the 12th.

This year, January 17 is also home to the well-known Martin Luther King Jr Day and in addition,is the day we celebrate the thesaurus and Winnie the Pooh.

For the food lovers out there who have given up your dieting resolution, we celebrate National Popcorn Day on the 19th, Cheese Lovers Day on the 20th, Blond Brownies on the 22nd, pie on the 23 and chocolate cake on the 27th!

To finish out the month and get you back into the swing of normality, the 27th is also National Fun at Work Day. Hopefully once you finish your cake and clock in, you will be ready to stop celebrating ‑ at least for a little while.

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