On National Regifting Day, we are urged to "Reduce, Reuse, Recycle... Regift." You may not appreciate the garden gnome your cousin gave you, but perhaps your neighbor will love it! You can even print out a custom Regifting Day gift tag at the the Regifting Day website. Some celebrate this holiday on the Thursday before Christmas.
It's easy to celebrate Look for an Evergreen Day anywhere Christmas is celebrated. Behold the tree lots, the malls, the homes of friends and family. Come to think of it, look for evergreens in their natural habitat - the great outdoors! If you celebrate Christmas but haven't chosen a tree this year, today could be your lucky day.
Only the greeting card sites seem to mention A Christmas Carol Day, so it's origin and meaning are a mystery. Nevertheless, send an ecard if you're so inspired.
If you and your body yearn for some healthy food - specifically fiber - during this appetizer-and-cookie season, celebrate Oatmeal Muffin Day.
Nothing quite says "it's the holiday season" like a crystal bowl overflowing with old-fashioned hard candy. It's colorful, shiny, beautiful, and delicious, whether in the shape of ribbons, buttons or other shapes. Find a candy store that sells retro candy and buy a bag! Happy National Hard Candy Day.
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