January 17th is:
Rid the World of Fad Diets & Gimmicks Day
Ben Franklin Day
Boot Leggers Day/Prohibition Day
Cable Car Day
Customer Service Day
Ditch Your New Year's Resolution Day
Hot-Buttered Rum Day
International Mentoring Day
Kid Inventors' Day
National Hot Heads Chili Day
When your friends are on no-carbs diets and you're sitting there with a plate of pasta and Netflix. #niko ;)
Get out those pet outfits... It's Dress Up Your Pet Day! Use the tag #itsadayreallypet so everyone here can see your pics! I tagged the pic with just a few out of the many great dressers, comment/tag others to add to the list! #dressyourpetday
January 8th is:
National Bubble Bath Day
No Pants Subway Ride (earlier post)
Earth's Rotation Day
National Argyle Day
National English Toffee Day
National JoyGerm Day
National Man Watcher's Day
National Sunday Supper Day
National Winter Skin Relief Day
Show and Tell Day at Work Day
War on Poverty Day
World Typing Day
With temperatures near or below freezing across a lot of the U.S. and other parts of the world today, it's the perfect time to soak in a warm bath. Happy Bubble Bath Day! (I can't find the bathtub emoji!).
January 3rd is:
Festival of Sleep Day
J.R.R. Tolkien Day
National Chocolate Covered Cherry Day
National Drinking Straw Day
National Write to Congress Day (U.S.)
The Festival of Sleep Day was created for people that wanted more sleep time after the holidays. Unfortunately, many of us return to work or school today. Some sleep facts:
• People can take cat naps with their eyes open without even knowing it.
• Adults who don’t get enough sleep tend to act sluggish, but sleep-deprived children may be hyperactive.
• Most dreams involve normal situations with familiar people; bizarre, fantastic or intense dreams are rare.
• A change in the body clock keeps most teens from feeling sleepy until 11 p.m. or later.
• Children tend to fall asleep faster and sleep longer when they go to bed before 9 p.m.