Urge for Adventure June 2019

WORLD NAKED BIKE RIDE MONTH (NORTHERN HEMISPHERE)

WORLD NAKED BIKE RIDE MONTH (NORTHERN HEMISPHERE)

Hey all!

Welcome to another monthly selection of activity nuggets, the month of June features exploration and sensations that can expand your personal boundaries by breaking habits in small steps.

In your plan you must integrate elements of fun. Therefor we have activities that you can interact with as much or as little as you like but are design to expand your norm.  This is about summer and you, examining and unleashing boundaries. It is a roundabout way of getting you to feelings, and having gratification in your authenticity, and self-ownership in yourself as the architect of your habits rather than the victim of them.  

Thus, we provide wacky, yet useful information that not only is to Motivate you (that’s what gets you started) but that also helps form Habits (that keeps you going.}

I’ve compiled an assortment of monthly to daily activities that are for laughs, intrigue, and or to get your butt into action. So Try one you might like it.  

 

 Unique & Fun Themes for June 2019 

 

June 2019 Special MONTH-LONG EVENT:

ALZHEIMER'S AND BRAIN AWARENESS MONTH

AMERICA KIDS IN SPORTS MONTH

AQUARIUM and ZOO MONTH

AUDIO BOOK APPRECIATION MONTH

CALIFORNIA AVOCADO MONTH 

CANDY MONTH

CATARACT AWARENESS MONTH

DAIRY and DAIRY ALTERNATIVES MONTH

EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATIONS MONTH

FIGHT THE FILTHY FLY MONTH

Pride Month

Pride Month

GAY LESBIAN, BISEXUAL, TRANSGENDER PRIDE MONTH -50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising and celebration Pride Month

GREAT OUTDOORS MONTH- CAMPING, GARDENS, & RIVERS

INT’L MEN’S HEALTH EDUCATION & AWARENESS MONTH

NATIONAL ADOPT A CAT MONTH

NATIONAL DJ MONTH

NATIONAL FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES MONTH

NATIONAL HOME OWNERSHIP MONTH

NATIONAL HUNGER AWARENESS MONTH

NATIONAL ICED TEA MONTH

NATIONAL OCEANS MONTH

NATIONAL ROSE MONTH

National Safety Month

National Soul Food Month

National smile and Oral Health Month

Professional Wellness Month

PTSD Awareness Month

Rebuild Your Life Month

TURKEY LOVERS MONTH

WORLD NAKED BIKE RIDE Month (Northern Hemisphere)



JUNE 2019 WEEK & MULTI DAY EVENT:

National Boating & Fishing: June 01-09

National Lemonade Days: June 01-09


Protected Valuables

Protected Valuables

Bed Bug Awareness Week: June 02-08

Community Health Improvement Week: Jun 02-08

National Business Etiquette Week: June 02-08

National Headache Awareness Week: June 02-08

National Sun Safety Week: June 02-08

Pet Appreciation Week: June 02-08






Hemp History Week: June 03-09

Superman Days: June 06-09

Greencare For Troops Days: June 09-15

Nat’l Auto Service Professionals Week: June 09-15

National Email Week: June 09-15

National Flag Week: June 09-15

National Body Piercing Week: June 10-16

National Men's Health Week: June 10-16

National Hermit Week: June 13-20

National Nursing Assistants Days: June 13-19

US Open Golf Championship: June 13-16

Duct Tape Days: June 13-15

Animal Rights Awareness: June 16-22

National Craft Spirits Week: June 16-22

Universal Father's Week: June 16-22

Bartender of The Year Days: June 17-20

Meet A Mate Week: June 17-23

National Pollinator Week: June 17-23

Lightning Safety Awareness Week: June 23-29

National Mosquito Awareness Week: June 23-29

Windjammer Days: June 23-29

Nat’l Awareness & Prevention of Eye Injuries: June 27 -July 04

North American Organic Brewers Days: June 28-30

Water Ski Days: June 28-30

When you think you are looking like the Tour de France

When you think you are looking like the Tour de France

Tour de France: June 29-July 21











National Tom Sawyer Days: June 30-July 04





JUNE 2018 DAILY SPECIAL AND WACKY DAY EVENTS:


Sat. Jun 1 Artichoke Days

Sat. Jun 1 Drawing or Pencil Day

Sat. Jun 1 Heimlich Maneuver Day

Sat. Jun 1 National Bubbly Day

Sat. Jun 1 National Dare Day:

Sat. Jun 1 National Go Barefoot Day

Sat. Jun 1 National Olive Day

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Sat. Jun 1 National Pen Pal Day

Sat. Jun 1 National Trails Day

Sat. Jun 1 Say Something Nice Day

Sat. Jun 1 Superman's Birthday

Sat. Jun 1 World Reef Day

Sun. Jun 2 National Animal Rights Day

Sun. Jun 2 National Bubba Day

Sun. Jun 2 National Cancer Survivors Day

Sun. Jun 2 Nat’l Gun Violence Awareness Day

Sun. Jun 2 International Sex Workers Day

Sun. Jun 2 National Rotisserie Chicken Day

Sun. Jun 2 Children's Memorial Day

Mon. Jun 3 Leave The Office Early Day

Mon. Jun 3 National Repeat Day

Mon. Jun 3 Wonder Woman Day

Mon. Jun 3 World Bicycle Day



Tue. Jun 4 Audacity To Hope Day

Tue. Jun 4 National Cheese Day

Tue. Jun 4 National Cognac Day

Tue. Jun 4 Int’l Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression

Tue. Jun 4 International Hug Your Cat Day

Tue. Jun 4 National SAFE Day

Tue. Jun 4 Old Maid's Day



Wed. Jun 5 Baby Boomers Recognition

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Wed. Jun 5 Festival of Popular Delusions Day

Wed. Jun 5 Global Running Day

Wed. Jun 5 Hot Air Balloon Day

Wed. Jun 5 National Moonshine Day

Wed. Jun 5 National Gingerbread Day

Wed. Jun 5 National Tailors Day

Wed. Jun 5 National Veggie Burgers Day

Wed. Jun 5 World Environment Day




Thur. Jun 6       Atheists Pride Day

Thur. Jun 6       Drive-in Movie Day

Thur. Jun 6       National Eye-wear Day

Thur. Jun 6       Nat’l Gardening Exercise Day

Thur. Jun 6       National Higher Education Day

Thur. Jun 6       YMCA Day

Thur. Jun 6       Yo Yo Day


 

 

Fri. Jun 7           Banana Split Days

Fri. Jun 7           Donuts Day [Salvation Army]

Fri. Jun 7           Horseradish Days

Fri. Jun 7           Nat’l Chocolate Ice Cream Day

Fri. Jun 7           VCR Day

                   

         

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Sat. Jun 8           Best Friends Day

Sat. Jun 8          Belmont Stakes

Sat. Jun 8          Family Fitness & Health Day

Sat. Jun 8          Int’l Shavout (at Sundown)

Sat. Jun 8          Name Your Poison Day

Sat. Jun 8          National Rose' (wine) Day

Sat. Jun 8           World Bike Naked Day

Sat. Jun 8           World Gin Day

Sat. Jun 8           World Knit & Crotchet Day

Sat. Jun 8           World Oceans Day

 

Sun. Jun 9         Abused Women & Children's Awareness Day

Multicultural Two Worlds One Life

Multicultural Two Worlds One Life

Sun. Jun 9         International Archives Day

Sun. Jun 9         Interracial Marriage Loving Day

Sun. Jun 9         Multicultural American Child Day

Sun. Jun 9         Toy Industry Day

Sun. Jun 9         World Races Unity Day

         

 

Mon. Jun 10     Ball Point Pen Day

Mon. Jun 10     Founders Alcoholics Anonymous Day

Herbs & Spice

Herbs & Spice

Mon. Jun 10     Iced Tea Day:

Mon. Jun 10     National Herbs & Spices Day







Tue. Jun 11       Corn on the Cob Day

Make Life Beautiful

Make Life Beautiful

Tue. Jun 11       National Cotton Candy Day

Tue. Jun 11       National Dirty Book Day

Tue. Jun 11       National Make Life Beautiful Day

Tue. Jun 11       World Pet Memorial Day

         

         

Wed. Jun 12     Crowded Nest Awareness Day

Wed. Jun 12     National Jerky Meat Day

Wed. Jun 12     National Interracial Marriage Day

Wed. Jun 12     National Peanut Butter Cookie Day

Wed. Jun 12     National Red Rose Day

Wed. Jun 12     Superman Day






Thur. Jun 13     National Kitchen Klutzes Day

Thur. Jun 13     Weed Your Garden Day

Thur. Jun 13     National Career Nursing Assistants Day

Thur. Jun 13     Random Acts of Light

Thur. Jun 13     Roller Coaster Day

 

Fri. Jun 14         National Bourbon Day

Fri. Jun 14         Army's Birthday

Fri. Jun 14         Family History Day

Fri. Jun 14         Flag Day: 14

Fri. Jun 14         International Bath Day

Fri. Jun 14         Monkey Around Day

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Fri. Jun 14         National Flip Flop Day

Fri. Jun 14         Wear Blue Day

Fri. Jun 14         World Blood Donor Day

  

 

Sat. Jun 15        Global Wind Day

Sat. Jun 15        Magna Carta Day

Sat. Jun 15        Mermaids/men Day

Sat. Jun 15        Native American Citizenship Day

Sat. Jun 15        Nature Photography Day

Sat. Jun 15        Nat’l Day of Prayer for Law Enforcement Officers

Sat. Jun 15        National Smile Power Day

Sat. Jun 15        Prune Day

Sat. Jun 15        World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

Sat. Jun 15        World Juggling Day

 

Sun. Jun 16       Husband Caregiver Day

Fathers Day

Fathers Day

Sun. Jun 16       National Father's Day

Sun. Jun 16       National Fudge Day       

Sun. Jun 16       National Apple Strudel & Cherry Tart Day

Sun. Jun 16       Eat Fresh Veggies Day

Sun. Jun 16       National Turkey Lovers’ Day

         

Mon. Jun 17     National Garbage Man Day

Mon. Jun 17     Motorcycle To Ride To Work Day

Mon. Jun 17     World Day To Combat Desertification & Drought

Mon. Jun 17     World Tessellation Day (perfectly repeating shapes & patterns)

 

 Tue. Jun 18       Autistic Pride Day

Tue. Jun 18       International Picnic Day

Tue. Jun 18       International Sushi Day

Gone fishing

Gone fishing

Tue. Jun 18       National Go Fishing Day

Tue. Jun 18       National Splurge Day

Tue. Jun 18       Sustainable Gastronomy Day

 

Wed. Jun 19     National BSD Computer System Day

Juneteenth is commemorated at the African Burial Ground National Monument Day Slaves were freed

Juneteenth is commemorated at the African Burial Ground National Monument Day Slaves were freed

Wed. Jun 19     National Juneteenth - U. S. Abolish Slavery

Wed. Jun 19     National Martini Day

Wed. Jun 19     National Sauntering Day

Wed. Jun 19     Int’l Day For Elimination of Sexual Conflict Violence







Thur. Jun 20 National Bald Eagle Day

Thur. Jun 20 National Ice Cream Soda Day

Thur. Jun 20 Dump The Pump/ Public Trans Day

Thur. Jun 20 National Kouign Amann Day

Thur. Jun 20 World Productivity Day

Thur. Jun 20 World Refugee Day








Fri. Jun 21 Atheists Solidarity Day

Fri. Jun 21 Global Orgasm Day

Fri. Jun 21 International Day of Yoga

Midsummer Solstice

Midsummer Solstice

Fri. Jun 21 Midsummer Sumner Solstice / Daylight Savings

Fri. Jun 21 World Humanist Day

Fri. Jun 21 World Hydrography Data Day

Fri. Jun 21 World Music Day







Sat. Jun 22        Baby Boomer's Recognition Day: 22

Sat. Jun 22        H VAC Technicians Day: 22  Link)

Sat. Jun 22        Great American Backyard Camp out

Sat. Jun 22        Stupid Guy Thing Day

Sat. Jun 22        Worldwide VW Beetle Day

Sat. Jun 22        National Chocolate Eclair Day       

Sat. Jun 22        National Onion Ring Day

Sat. Jun 22        Heat, Ventilation, & Air Conditioning Day







Sun. Jun 23       National Columnists Day

Sun. Jun 23       National Eat At A Food Truck Day

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Sun. Jun 23       National Hydration Day

Sun. Jun 23       National It Go Day

Sun. Jun 23       Pink Flamingo Day

Sun. Jun 23       Public Service Day

Sun. Jun 23       Runner's Selfie Day

Sun. Jun 23       SAT Math Day

Sun. Jun 23       Typing Day



Mon. Jun 24 Celebration of the Senses

Mon. Jun 24 International Fairy Day

Mon. Jun 24 Litha

Mon. Jun 24 National Pralines Day

Mon. Jun 24 National Swim a Lap Day

Mon. Jun 24 Take My Children To Work Day

Mon. Jun 24 Stonewall National Monument Day

Mon. Jun 24 World UFO Day



Tue. Jun 25 Color TV Day

Tue. Jun 25 Day of The Seafarer

Tue. Jun 25 Global Beatles Day

Tue. Jun 25 Global Smurfs Day

Tue. Jun 25 Leon Day

Tue. Jun 25 National Catfish Day

Tue. Jun 25 National Columnists Day



Wed. Jun 26 Beautician's (Hairstylist) Day

Wed. Jun 26 Chocolate Pudding Day

Wed. Jun 26 Tropical Cocktails Day

Wed. Jun 26 World Forgiveness Day

Wed. Jun 26 Harry Potter Day

Wed. Jun 26 Int’l Day Against Drug Abuse & Illicit Trafficking

Wed. Jun 26 Int’l Day Support Victims of Torture

Wed. Jun 26 National Canoe Day

Wed. Jun 26 National Parchment Cooking Day

Wed. Jun 26 Same Sex Marriage Day



Thur. Jun 27 Helen Keller Day

Thur. Jun 27 Industrial Workers of The World Day

Small Business Enterprise

Small Business Enterprise

Thur. Jun 27 Micro, Small, & Medium-Sized Enterprises Day

Thur. Jun 27 National Handshake Day

Thur. Jun 27 National HIV Testing Day

Thur. Jun 27 National Onion Day

Thur. Jun 27 National Orange Blossom Day

Thur. Jun 27 National PTSD Awareness Day

Thur. Jun 27 National Sunglasses Day





Fri. Jun 28 Insurance Awareness Day

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Fri. Jun 28 International Body Piercing Day

Fri. Jun 28 National Food Truck Day

Fri. Jun 28 Tau Day





Sat. Jun 29 International Day Of The Tropics

Sat. Jun 29 International Mud Day

Sat. Jun 29 National Camera Day

Sat. Jun 29 National Hugs for Health Day

Sat. Jun 29 National Haskap Berry Day

Sat. Jun 29 Waffle Iron Day

Sat. Jun 29 World Camera Day





Sun. Jun 30 Asteroid Day

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Sun. Jun 30 California Avocado Day

Sun. Jun 30 Descendants Day

Sun. Jun 30 Leap Second Time Adjustment Day

Sun. Jun 30 National Outfit Of The Day, Day

Sun. Jun 30 National Star Meteor Watch Day

Sun. Jun 30 NOW (National Organization For Women) Day

Sun. Jun 30 NYC Pride Day ‘50’ years

Sun. Jun 30 Social Media Day








































































Urge for Adventure May 2019

By Jim French Photo Artist

By Jim French Photo Artist

Hey guys,

May is more than just about laying around and pleasuring yourself (International Masturbation Month). The Month of May derives it name from Maia, the Greek goddess of fertility. It is associated as  Spring in the Northern Hemisphere and Autumn (fall) in the Southern hemisphere. It is said that this is the month when things really start growing (no pun intended). May is considered the height of the growing season, when trees and flowers begin to “Fruit and Seed.” Let us take a cue from the month, in considering how our plans for growth are doing. Do they need more attention?

If you don’t have any plans, then lets start some, create some Habits no matter how small, by giving a look through the list of activities in our Calendar section. Often you will find some new favorite activity to engage in or find ideas that challenge you: Either way, you will come away more empowered within yourself. Then make these activities a part of your regular rituals and routine, habits to spur you into a further life.


Unique & Fun Themes for May 2019 

MONTH LONG ACTIVITIES

Aramanth Month

Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month

Building Safety Month

Chip Your Pet Month Link 

Clean Air Month

Creative Beginnings Month

Date Your Mate Month

Gardening Month

Get Caught Reading Month

Global Civility Awareness Month

International Masturbation Month

Jewish-American Heritage Month

Latino Books Month

Military Appreciation Month

Motorcycle Safety Month

Mystery Month

National Barbeque Month

National Bike Month

National Chamber Music Month

National Egg Month

National Foster Care Month

National Good Car Keeping Month

National Hamburger Month 

National Inventors Month

National Meditation Month

National Mental Health Month

National Moving Month

National Pet Month

National Photograph Month

National Preservation Month

National Recommitment Month 

National Salad Month

National Smile Month

National Strawberry Month

National Water Safety Month

Older Americans Month

DNA Average Faces of the World

DNA Average Faces of the World

Personal & Global Health - Fitness Awareness Month

Personal History Month

Skin Cancer Awareness Month 

Spiritual Literacy Month

Textile Month 

Young Achievers of Tomorrow Month




MULTI DAY & WEEK EVENTS :

National Hug Week - first full week of May

National Teacher's week first full week of May

Nurse's Week - first full week of May

National Small Business Week- first full week of May

National Etiquette Week – second full week of May

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Wildflower Week - week two weeks of May

National Bike Week - third week of May

National Police Week - third week of May

Emergency Medical Services Week - fourth week of May

Remembrance for Lost Lives  WWII – May 8 and 9

Ramadan: May 6, 2019- June 5, 2019

UNIQUE, FUN AND WACKY DAYS:

Wed.  May 1  Batman Day

Wed.  May 1  Beltane (Gaelic May Day)

Wed.  May 1  Executive Coaching Day

Wed.  May 1  Global Love Day

Wed.  May 1  Int’l Workers Day

Wed.  May 1  LEI DAY

Wed. May 1   Loyalty Day

Wed. May 1   National Skilled Trades Day

Wed. May 1   Stepmothers Day

 

Thu. May 2    Nat’l Brothers & Sisters Day

Thu. May 2    World Password Day

Thu. May 2    National Day of Prayer

Thu. May 2    National Day of Reason

Thu. May 2    Roberts Rules of Order Day

Thu. May 2    World Tuna Day

 

Fri. May 3      Garden Meditation Day

Fri. May 3      Nat’l Two Different  Color Shoes Day

Fri. May 3      International Space Day

Fri. May 3      Public Radio Day

Fri. May 3      World Press Freedom Day

Sat. May 4     Int’l Sauvignon Blanc Day

Sat. May 4     Join Hands Day

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Sat. May 4     National Fitness Day

Sat. May 4     National Homebrew Day

Sat. May 4     Kentucky Derby

Sat. May 4     World Naked Gardening Day

Sat. May 4     International Firefighters Day

Sat. May 4     World Giving Day

 

Sun. May 5    Cartoonists Day

Sun. May 5    Cinco de Mayo

Sun. May 5    Int’l Day of  The Midwife

Sun. May 5    Lemonade Day

Sun. May 5    World Laughter Day

  

Mon. May 6   Int’l Mgt Accounting Day

Mon. May 6   National Beverage Day

Mon. May 6   No Diet Day

Mon. May 6   National Nurses  & RN Day

Mon. May 6   Ramadan - begins sundown

Tue. May 7    Barrier Awareness Day (breaking down obstacles}

Tue. May 7    Nat’l Cosmopolitan Cocktail Day

Tue. May 7    National Masturbation Day

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Plato in his academy,

Tue. May 7    National Tourism Day

Tue. May 7    National Teacher's Day

Tue. May 7    World Day of Genital Autonomy

 

 

Wed. May 8   Great American Grump Out

Wed. May 8   Shift Workers/Night Workers Day

Wed. May 8   No Socks Day

Wed. May 8   Occupational Safety and Health Day

Wed. May 8   Nat’l Receptionist Day

Wed. May 8   World Red Cross Day

Wed. May 8   Free Trade Day

Wed. May 8   V-E Day

       

Thu. May 9    Sleepover Day

 

Fri. May 10   Child Care  Provider Day

Fri. May 10   Clean up Your Room Day

Fri. May10    Military Spouses Day

Fri. May10    Nat’l Public Gardens Day

Sat May11     National Baby Sitters Day

Sat May11     Eat What You Want Day

Sat May11     International Migratory Bird Day

Sat May11     Mother Ocean Day

Sat May11     National Miniature Golf Day

Sat May11     National Windmill Day

Sat May11     Root Canal Appreciation Day

Sat May11     Spring Astronomy Day

Sat May11     Stay Up All Night

Sat May11     World Fair Trade Day

 

 

Symbols of Mother Nature

Symbols of Mother Nature

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Sun May12    Mother's Day

Sun May12    Native American Rights Day

Sun May12    National Limerick Day

Sun May12    International Nurses Day

Sun. May12   National Train Day

Sun. May12   National Windmill Day

 

Mon. May13  AFD military/amateur radio tests

Mon. May13  Mon. May13 

Mon. May13  Hummus Day

Mon. May13  Leprechaun Day

  

Tue. May 14  National Dance Like A Chicken Day

Tue. May 14  National Decency Day

Tue. May 14  The Stars and Stripes Forever Day

Tue. May 14  Underground America Day

 

Wed May 15  National Chocolate Chip Day

Wed May 15  Int’l Day of Families

Wed May 15  Nat’l Employee Health & Fitness Day

Wed May 15  National Juice Slush Day

Wed May 15  International Nakba Day

Wed May 15  Nylon Stockings Day

Wed May 15  National Slider Day

Wed May 15  Police Officer's Memorial Day

Wed May 15  Turn Beauty Inside Out Day

Thu. May16   Int’l Biographer's Day

Thu. May16   International Day of Light

Thu. May16   Mimosa Day

Thu. May16   National Piercing Day

Aging Gays

Aging Gays

Thu. May 16   Honor Our LGBT Elders' Day

Thu. May 16   Love a Tree Day

Thu. May 16   Wear Purple for Peace Day

 

Fri. May 17     National Bike to Work Day

Fri. May 17     Int’l Defense Transportation Day

Fri. May 17     Endangered Species Day

Fri. May 17     International Virtual Assistants Day

Fri. May 17     NASCAR Day

Fri. May 17     National Pizza Party Day

Fri. May 17     Pack Rat Day

Fri. May 17     Same Sex Marriage Day

Fri. May 17     Syttende Mai

Fri. May 17     World Telecommunications Day

Fri. May 17     Int’l Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia & Biphobia

 

Sat. May 18    Armed Forces Day

Sat. May 18    Nat’l Bike to Work Day

Sat. May 18    Do Dah Day Parade

Sat. May 18    No Dirty Dishes Day

Sat. May 18    HIV Vaccine Awareness Day

Sat. May 18    International Museum Day

Sat. May 18    National Learn To Swim Day

Sat. May 18    Morel Mushroom Day

Sat. May 18    Preakness

Sat. May 18    Day of Vesak

Sat. May 18    Visit Your Relatives Day

 

Sun  May 19   Bay to Breakers Footrace Race

Sun  May 19   Boy's Club Day

Sun  May 19   National Scooter Day

Sun  May 19   Take Parents To The Playground

       

Mon May 20  Be a Millionaire Day

Mon May 20  Eliza Doolittle Day

Mon May 20  Mohammed Day

Mon May 20  Supply Chain Professional Day

Mon May 20  Victoria Day (Canada)

Mon May 20  Weights & Measures Day 

  

Tue. May 21   American Red Cross Founder's Day

The World's Cultural Diversity Assessments

The World's Cultural Diversity Assessments

Tue. May 21   World Cultrl Diversity Dialogue & Dvlpmnt

Tue. May 21   End of the World or Rapture Party Day

Tue. May 21   World Goth Day

Tue. May 21   National Memo Day

Tue. May 21   National Waiters & Waitresses Day

Tue. May 21   Pick Strawberries Day

  

Wed. May 22  Canadian Immigrants Day

Wed. May 22  EMS Day

Wed. May 22  Int’l Day for Biological Diversity

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Scott Keen Photo of Penny

Wed. May 22  Lucky Penny Day

Wed. May 22  National Maritime Day

Wed. May 22  Sherlock Holmes Day

Wed. May 22  US Colored Troops Day

Wed. May 22  World Goth Day

Wed. May 22  World Paloma Day

 



Thu. May 23  Eat More Fruits & Vegetables Day

Thu. May 23  EMSC (Emergency Medical Services) Day

Thu. May 23  National Escargot Day

Thu. May 23  National Taffy Day

Thu. May 23  Victoria Day(Canada)

Thu. May 23  World Orienteering Day

Thu. May 23  World Turtle Day

 

Fri. May 24   Aviation Maintenance Tech Day

Fri. May 24   Brother's Day

Fri. May 24   Don't Fry Friday

Fri. May 24   Morse Code Day

Fri. May 24   National Polka Day

Fri. May 24   National Title Track Day

Fri. May 24   National Brown Bag It Day

Fri. May 24   Tap Dance Day

Fri. May 24   National Wig Out Day

  

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Sat. May 25   Amateur Radio Military Appreciation Day

Sat. May 25   International Heritage Breeds Day

Sat. May 25   International Jazz Day

Sat. May 25   Nerd Pride Day or Geek Pride Day

Sat. May 25   National Tap Dance Day

Sat. May 25   Towel Day

Sat. May 25   National Wine Day

Sun. May 26  Indianapolis 500

Sun. May 26  National Chardonnay Day

Sun. May 26  National Paper Airplane Day

Sun. May 26  Neighbor Day

Sun. May 26  Soil Stewardship Sunday

Sun. May 26  World Lindy Hop Day

 

Mon. May 27 Cellophane Tape Day

Mon. May 27 Joe Cool Day

Memorial Day

Memorial Day

Mon. May 27 Memorial Day

Mon. May 27 Prayer for Peace Day

Mon. May 27 Sun Screen Day

 

Tue. May 28   Amnesty International Day

Tue. May 28   National Hamburger Day

Tue. May 28   Sierra Club Day

Tue. May 28   Slugs Return From Capistrano Day

 

Wed. May 29  Ascension of Baha'u'Llah

Wed.May 29   Learn About Composting Day           

Wed. May 29  World Otter Day

Wed. May 29  Put a Pillow on Your Fridge Day

Wed. May 29  National Senior Health & Fitness Day

Wed. May 29  Int’l United Nations Peacekeepers Day

 

Thu. May 30  Indianapolis 500 Anniversary

Thu. May 30  Mint Julep Day

Perform Creativity

Perform Creativity

Thu. May 30  National Creativity Day

Thu. May 30  National Nail Tech Day

Thu. May 30  Water a Flower Day

 

Fri. May 31   Heat Awareness Day

Fri. May 31   National Macaroon Day

Fri. May 31   Save Your Hearing Day

Fri. May 31   What You Think About Grows Day

Fri. May 31   World No Tobacco Day

A Focus On Living by Calvin

What Roles Do You Play?

 

by photographer Damien Blottière

by photographer Damien Blottière

Single. Married. Husband. Father. Son. Friend. Student. Colleague (or boss). Have you ever thought about what it takes to succeed in the roles you play in life. 

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With pen and pad, you may want to list and count them. I did, and here are some of mine: Man. Brother. Business Entrepreneur. Client. Conscious Observer. Friend. Instructor. Neighbor. Teacher. Speaker. Writer.

I invite you to think about it for a few second—jot a few notes if you can regarding the many roles you play?

Now ask yourself,  with so many roles, have you been successful in your roles? Especially if you find yourself banging your head against the wall while  continually facing failures in some of those roles. 

Each of our roles require certain qualities to be successful, or effective. To be an effective student for instance takes certain things that we have to do; A self-discipline in attending class, doing assigned task, as well as learning through our own best methods. Conflict resolution with a particular teacher/ other student  through enacting diplomacy to bring about succees.

That definition of success or effectiveness will be entirely up to you;

If you define success as being happy in a certain role, then consider what are the attributes needed  for you to maintain  the place where you yourself  are happy? . We all come  wired with certain sets of qualities and abilities, other roles, we can develop by being trained or taught. Regardless of our unique strengths and weaknesses, our job then is to play out our roles, how well we do that is up to us based on the goals we have in mind. 

The Roles We’re Born Into vs Chosen Roles.

Self-Portraits by Alex Stoddard

Self-Portraits by Alex Stoddard

We have roles we’re born into  such as: homosapien, man, woman, son, daughter, brother, sister, etc. Then there are the roles we choose or resonate with such as: being a friend, a lover, a partner, a spouse, a parent, a student, an employee, a manager, a boss, an entrepreneur, etc.  These roles can also include defining ourself as having a particular occupation or mission such as: an actor, artist, blogger, a chef, a craftsman, an advocate, an activist or practicing a form of spirituality or religion.

Then there are Roles labels that we might take on, things we identify with such as Fighter, Nudist, Survivor. Conservationist, Green activist, Political party supporter, Sports fan, Ecologist.

In life, our personalities reflect abilities to be effective and successful in various Roles - through, integration, combing  and or overlapping of the various roles we can be -  

  • As a good Partner, qualities to cultivate: Caring, communication, empathy, boundaries, kindness,  being supportive, open,  patient, self-aware.

  • A good Manager or Boss -  skills to have or acquire: Being a good listener. Having visionary goals. Having a Strategy that is aware of  the bottom line as well as for care and support of  your employees.

  • As a Survivor, from disease or situation(abuse, etc.), attribute such as: Resilience, determination, faith and grit are needed.

  • Activist: Commitment to and for raising awareness, speaking about, writing about and participation in activities and fundraisers that actively promotes or eradicates something.

by Eduardo Mata Icaza

by Eduardo Mata Icaza

But what happens when the qualities that help us become successful in one area aren’t the same qualities needed to be effective in another?

If you aren’t sure, check yourself, ask:  “In all my situations am I playing, that is applying only the qualities of one role to everything I am doing? such as a Survivor to all my other roles?” Certainly grit is needed to make it through any ordeal, but a survivalist role suggest some type of constant struggle against something to survive,  and would you need or want struggle in every area of life? That would be an exhausting way to live.

 

Understanding the right role for the right situation and using qualities that are appropriate is a challenge. We have all seen examples of someone incredibly successful in business but can’t seem to get their personal life under control. Then again that person who is highly spiritual and wants to change the world but can’t get their business off the ground.  We have examples all the time where someone is successful in one role and essentially not in another. Perhaps it has happened to you?

I suggest questioning: what roles do you want to take on, and what attributes, qualities, or values, are needed for you to be successful and effective in each of those roles?  Check out your mental tool box, and if you don’t have those attributes, can you find a way to develop them?

 

Many of the people I’ve coached struggled in roles and relationships because they were unclear on what their healthy relationships would operate on, or what they needed from themselves to make it work.

Go over your list and check to see if the values and  qualities you are working with are in sync and required for each role you play in your life. Now if you find there are places that you are lacking, and that you’re willing to admit to lacking? Then comes the Big question, would you willing to seek out and get coaching, training or support you need in how to be more successful at the roles you’ve chosen to play? Then you are laying a path to success.

 

Infuse your life with action. Don't wait for it to happen. Make it happen. Make your own future. Make your own hope. Make your own love. And whatever your beliefs, honor your creator, not by passively waiting for grace to come down from upon high, but by doing what you can to make grace happen... yourself, right now, right down here on Earth. - Bradley Whitford

Tools for A Self-Directed Life

Focus To Move Forward When You Feel Paralyzed by Uncertainty By Calvin

Jimmy Flint-Smith's photo shoot by Juan Coronado

Jimmy Flint-Smith's photo shoot by Juan Coronado

 

“When you become comfortable with uncertainty, infinite possibilities open up in your life.” ~Eckhart Tolle

A young man in a job, in a career that he is not enjoying finds that it is breaking his spirit, but he remains there for fear of what leaving will bring.

He doesn’t know if he will find another position that is better for him, yet he does know having his menial job will provide an income even if it is just a cut above having none at all.

 

Another young man’s dilemma is not moving at all towards options to acquire a job. So many kinds of job available and yet he worries that he has no experience in any of them.

 

Uncertainty is created in both these scenarios, they ponder whether or not their weighting the chances of if their decisions are right, and this keeps them rooted  in questions and their doing nothing, keeps them suspended in limbo, with a side into  moderate depression.  They are  caught in a claw of paralysis.

 

I think we have all known the harsh clutches of uncertainty at one time or another. That feeling , to waver about every decision we faced, feeling afraid to make a move one way or another for fear that some mistakes cannot be undone.

 

Thus, we resisted making a move to change. We resisted  going to a new job or starting our own business. because  one could fail.

 

Often times than not you will find people in this situation  unhappy and silently praying for something to happen to help them out. But they will continually stay their in a thought loop unable to move.

 

The philosopher, Emily Maroutian,  who is also an award-winning writer, and poet is quoted as saying  “You’re not stuck. You’re just committed to certain patterns of behavior because they helped you in the past. Now those behaviors have become more harmful than helpful.  The reason why you can’t move forward is because you keep applying an old formula to a new level in your life. Change the formula to get a different result.”

 

For some it has to get so bad that they wake up gasping for air, feeling that if they don’t move, they will die.

So, before it gets to all of that, how do you move forward in uncertainty?

1. Accept that the root cause  of uncertainty is fear of failure.

It is recognizing the fear, rather than what uncertainty  may bring in the future.  Fear, that a decision today will bring a more stressful or painful tomorrow. Not knowing that they are enduring  now, a worst-case scenario in their minds than the likelihood of that scenario becoming reality that is what really keeps them bound, and not the ‘uncertainty  itself.

 

An examination of what is their habitual thinking about their situation that loops through their mind. That stirs the emotions anytime they think about doing something that would create change.

 

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1. Understand that many times the initial efforts one would use for change can fail. Yet conscious attention on how something  failed holds the best opportunities for growth and moving forward. Thus,  go with it, and embracing uncertainty knowing it is the key to overcoming failure.

2. Feel okay about not being in control. Embrace the idea that nothing is completely within your control. Nothing in life is guaranteed. It is just as likely that you’d find a job leading to a successful career  or have a business succeed, as it is that it would fail. Life is a risk, and without uncertainty, surprises would not exist.

3. Be willing to be open ended to the universe. Releasing expectations of what should happen and instead be willing to make the best use of what is in your power to do and make do with the rest as it happens.”

 

To sum up, understand that the power of your habits in thinking, and your patterns of thought, are strong, strong enough to overpower  common sense and practical wisdom. Understand the need to observe your habits, to check out what you say about yourself in your daily routines is what creates the constructs that dictate your life.

Small Business Owner

Small Business Owner

 

So, if you are facing paralyzing fear of the unknown, your best solution is to move a step forward. Experience the negative effects, of uncertainty in your thoughts, as many have done before you, own up to the fear in your thoughts and take small steps to move pass them, make moves to change, and when you do, you too will survive and have a good chance to even thrived.

Urge for Adventure April 2019

April Fools Day

April Fools Day


Hey guys,

April is more than just about April fools day. The Month of April derives it name from the Latin word aperit, which means to open. April is considered the beginning of the growing season, when trees and flowers begin to “open”. So, taking a cue from the month, what are in your plans for your growth season

Give a look through the list of activities in our Calendar section  and find some new favorite activity to engage in or find ideas that challenge you either way, you will come away more empower within yourself. Then make these a part of your regular rituals and routine, habits to spur you into a further life.

April 2019 Month Long Activities

 

National Humor Month

International Guitar Month

Desert Garden

Desert Garden

Keep America Beautiful Month

Lawn and Garden Month

National Kite Month

National Poetry Month

National Pecan Month

National Welding Month

Records and Information Management Month

Stress Awareness Month

Sexual Assault Awareness Month



April 2019 Multi Day & Weeks Events

Uncovering it all at the Library

Uncovering it all at the Library

 Week 1 Library Week

Week 1 Read a Road Map Week.

Week 2 Garden Week

Week 3 Organize Your Files Week

Week 3 Medical Labs Week

Week 4 Administrative Assistants Week

Week 4 National Karaoke Week




April 2019 Fun, Special and Wacky Days

Apr  01    Mon       April Fool's Day

Apr  01   Mon        Atheist Day

Apr  01   Mon        Creative Mind & Poetry  Day

Apr  01   Mon        International Fun at Work Day

Apr  01   Mon        International Tatting Day

 

Apr  02   Tue         Children's Book Day

Apr  02   Tue         National Peanut Butter & Jelly Day

Apr  02   Tue         Reconciliation Day

 

Apr  03   Wed        Don't Go to Work Unless it's Fun Day

Apr  03   Wed        Fan Dance Day

Apr  03   Wed        Film Score Day

Apr  03   Wed        Find a Rainbow Day

Apr  03   Wed         Tweed Day

Apr  03   Wed        Walking Day        

Apr  03   Wed        Weed Out Hate Day

Apr  03   Wed        World Party Day


Apr  04   Thr          Burrito Day

Apr  04   Thr          Hug a Newsman Day

Apr  04   Thr          Mine bomb Awareness Day

Apr  04   Thr          School Librarian Day

Apr  04   Thr          Tell a Lie Day

Apr  04   Thr          Vitamin C Day

Apr  04   Thr          Walk Around Things Day

Apr  04   Thr          World Rat Day

 

 

Apr  05   Fri           Go for Broke Day

Pizza

Pizza

Apr  05   Fri           Deep Dish Pizza Day

Apr  05   Fri           National Dandelion Day

Apr  05   Fri           Hospital Admitting Clerks Day

Apr  05   Fri           National Walk to Work Day

Apr  05   Fri           Read a Road Map Day

 

 

Apr  06   Sat          California Poppy Day

Apr  06   Sat          Drowsy Driver Awareness Day         

Apr  06   Sat          National Tartan Day

Apr  06   Sat          New Beer's Eve

Apr  06   Sat          Int’l Pillow Fight Day

Apr  06   Sat          Plan Your Epitaph Day

Apr  06   Sat          Sport for Development and Peace Day

Apr  07   Sun         National Beer Day

Apr  07   Sun         Caramel Popcorn Day

Apr  07   Sun         World Health Day

Apr  07   Sun         No Housework Day

 

Apr  08   Mon        All is Ours Day

Apr  08   Mon        Draw a Picture of a Bird Day

Apr  08   Mon        Zoo Lover's Day

 

Apr  09   Tue         Name Yourself Day

Apr  09   Tue         Winston Churchill Day

 

Apr 10    Wed        Golfer's Day

Apr 10    Wed        National Siblings Day

 

Apr  11   Thr          Barbershop Quartet Day

Apr  11   Thr          National Submarine Day

 

Apr  12   Fri           Big Wind Day

Apr  12   Fri           Grilled Cheese Sandwich Day

Apr  12   Fri           National Licorice Day

Apr  12   Fri           Russian Cosmonaut Day

Apr  12   Fri           Walk on Your Wild Side Day

 

Apr  13   Sat          International Plant Appreciation Day

Apr  13   Sat          National Peach Cobbler Day

Apr  13   Sat          Scrabble Day

Apr  14   Sun         Ex-Spouse Day

Apr  14   Sun         Int’l Moment of Laughter Day

Go ahead - do it ! You know you want to . . .

Go ahead - do it ! You know you want to . . .

Apr  14   Sun         Look up at the Sky Day

Apr  14   Sun         National Dolphin Day

Apr  14   Sun         National Pecan Day

Apr  14   Sun         Palm Sunday

Apr  14   Sun         Reach as High as You Can Day

 

Apr  15   Mon        Income Taxes Due               

Apr  15   Mon        Patriot's Day

Apr  15   Mon        Rubber Eraser Day

Apr  15   Mon        That Sucks Day

Apr  15   Mon        World Art Day

               

 

Apr  16   Tue         Mushroom Day

Apr  16   Tue         National Eggs Benedict Day

Apr  16   Tue         National Librarian Day

Apr  16   Tue         National Stress Awareness Day

Apr  16   Tue         Save the Elephant Day

 

Apr  17   Wed        Bat Appreciation Day

Apr  17   Wed        Blah, Blah, Blah Day

Apr  17   Wed        National Cheeseball Day

Apr  17   Wed        Pet Owners Independence Day  

 

Apr  18   Thr          Int’l Juggler's & Multi-tasking Day

Apr  18   Thr          National High Five Day

Left, Marty Baron, executive editor of  The Washington Post;  Right,  New York Times  executive editor Dean Baquet.

Left, Marty Baron, executive editor of The Washington Post; Right, New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet.

Apr  18   Thr          Newspaper Columnists Day

Apr  19   Fri           Good Friday

Apr  19   Fri           National Garlic Day

Apr  19   Fri           Passover begins at sundown

 

Apr 20   Sat          Husband Appreciation Day

Apr 20   Sat          Look Alike Day

Apr 20   Sat          Volunteer Recognition

 

Apr 21   Sun         Easter Sunday

Apr 21   Sun         Kindergarten Day

 

Earth Day

Earth Day

Apr  22   Mon        Dyngus Day

Apr  22   Mon        Earth Day

Apr  22   Mon        Girl Scout Leader Day

Apr  22   Mon        National Jelly Bean Day

 

Apr  23   Tue         Lover's Day

Apr  23   Tue         National Zucchini Bread Day

Apr  23   Tue         Take a Chance Day

Apr  23   Tue         World Laboratory Day

 

Apr  24   Wed        Administrative Professionals Day

Apr  24   Wed        Pig in a Blanket Day

 

Apr 25    Thu         East Meets West Day

Apr 25    Thu         Take Your Daughter to Work

Apr 25    Thu         World Penguin Day 

Apr 26    Fri           Arbor Day 

Apr 26    Fri           Hug an Australian Day

Apr 26    Fri           National Pretzel Day

Apr 26    Fri           Richter Scale Day

 

Apr 27    Sat          Babe Ruth Day

Apr 27    Sat          National Prime Rib Day

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Apr 27    Sat          Tell a Story Day

 

Apr  28   Sun         International Astronomy Day

Apr  28   Sun         Great Poetry Reading Day

Apr  28   Sun         Kiss Your Mate Day

 Apr  29   Mon        Greenery Day

Apr  29   Mon        National Shrimp Scampi Day   

 

Apr  30   Tue         Hairstyle Appreciation Day

Apr  30   Tue         National Honesty Day  

Tools for A Self-Directed Life

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Random Thoughts on Inspiration and Creativity

Breathe in, Breathe out, it is in this rhythmic process that we truly function and have our life fully lived. While I was sitting and paying attention to my breathing, watching the thoughts that where passing through my consciousness, my attention went to productivity and creative process.

I stopped here in my thoughts, I pondered. Many creative people, who may not even be aware that they are creative, will often spend their lives looking to consume the world around them and forget to also be productive that is to say bring about their own creations.

Like breathing, it is not an either /or situation but both, a rhythmic process of breathing in, and breathing out. So yes, you want to consume or catch fire with the ideas of other people, but don't ignore the power of your own actions to process that information for change, that is to inspire both you and others. The best fuel for this comes from the application of ideas, rather than the consumption of them.

Breathe in…You could say that it is easy to spend all your time searching for inspiration, that’s like breathing in. You would be rewarded with all kinds of finds - incredible videos, music, articles, emails, and news stories, from all sorts of source including your friends. But the only ones that truly matters are the types of inspiration that can be apply to your own goals.

Make no mistake: it's important to be a learner, any successful person in any field has to be able to soak up new information. Finding inspiration and motivation in the work and success of others, that is the action of breathing in.

But here's the problem: what has been breathe in and consumed must finish the process and breathe out again.. Acknowledging others success isn't the same thing as creating your own.

Instead, it is through the process of getting inspiration — activating that information in some form of creative act i.e.- trying out something for the first time, even failing at it, to learn how to better apply new ideas is our goals, and making mistakes is part of it— discovering who we are and what is important to us.

Inspiration is the fuel of long—term passion and enthusiasm. Working with new ideas making them your own through taking action and working them so they apply to your life will inspire you more than anything someone else could do or say.

Know that you need the learning and listening skills that can help you think about things in different ways, but by experimenting, reworking to create, and produce these ideas in to new ways of being, now that is what will give you momentum and propel you forward.

“If you come across a good idea, use it. We spend so much time trying to find more inspirational things to consume that it can be easy for us to forget that the best form of inspiration comes from what we create”. – Author James Clear

Now Breathe out.

Engaging your Distinctive Character is more than a Unit of Information

HEY GUYS,

Artist Jason Beamguard photo Minnesota 2012

Artist Jason Beamguard photo Minnesota 2012

Having a better life can be likened to modification in restoring an old car. You transform it in your mind first, that is, decide what are you wanting to do with it. Then you go about getting the necessary information and parts needed for that type of transformation, and only then do you begin the work on it.  When it’s done people say – you’ve brought out that cars unique “Character.”  Like that car’s character,  your modifications to self brings out your real character. It requires active participation in challenging new experiences, but not without first conscious reflection upon your encounters in life, and a purpose or direction in which you want those alterations to take you. New experiences alone will not result in core personality changes without the formation of thoughts that can produce your new habits. You see our habits reveal our character. Only by thinking and acting differently does a person attain that quality of character that they seek.

 

It's about engaging with that bright hope that life offers, a hope that makes us brave and expels darkness with light. It does not happen without being able to reflect on yourself, maybe even  laugh at yourself, to allow yourself whimsy, and a love for what you do, and most of all the abandonment of worry of who’s watching.

So empower the rest of your year. Give a look through the list of activities in our Calendar section  and find some new favorite activity to engage in and make it a part of your own regular routine of habits.

Urge For Adventure January 2019

Looking towards the Future Mike Harris & Chris Asher

Looking towards the Future Mike Harris & Chris Asher

January 2019 Fun, Interesting & Offbeat  Celebrations

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January 2019 Monthly Events

 

Adopt A Rescued Bird Month

Bath Safety Month

Be Kind to Food Servers  Month

Birth Defects Month

Black Diamond Month

Book Blitz Month

California Dried Plum Digestive Month

Celebration of Life Month

Cervical Health Awareness Month

Children Impacted By Parent's Cancer Month

Clap 4 Health Month

Financial Wellness Month

Get A Balanced Life Month

Get Organized Month

International Brain Teaser Month

Int'l. Change Your Stars Month Link

Int'l. Child-Centered Divorce Month

International Creativity Month

Int'l. New Year’s Resolutions for Businesses Month

International Quality of Life Month

International Wayfinding Month

International Wealth Mentality Month

Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month

Menudo Month 

National Be On-Purpose Month

Nat’l National Braille Literacy Month

Nat’l National Clean Up Your Computer Month

Nat’l National Codependency Awareness Month

National Glaucoma Awareness Month

National Hot Tea Month

Nat’l National Mail Order Gardening Month

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National Mentoring Month

Nat’l National Personal Self-Defense Awareness Month

Nat’l National Personal Trainer Awareness Month

National Polka Music Month

Nat’l National Poverty in America Awareness Month

National Radon Action Month

National Skating Month

National Soup Month

Nat’l Slavery & Human Trafficking Prevention Month

National Stalking Awareness Month

National Sunday Supper Month

Nat’l Volunteer Blood Donor Month

Oatmeal Month

Self-help Group Awareness Month

Self-Love Month

Shape Up US Month

Teen Driving Awareness Month

Train Your Dog Month

Thyroid Awareness Month

Walk Your Pet Month

Worldwide Rising Star Month



January 2019 Multi-Day & Weekly Events

Carnival Season: Jan 06-March 05

Diet Resolution Week: Jan 01-07

New Year's Resolutions Week: Jan 01- 08 

Silent Record Week

Silent Record Week

Silent Record Week: Jan 01-07

Someday We'll Laugh About This Week: Jan 02- 08

Home Office Safety and Security Week: Jan 06-12

Nat’l Folic Acid Awareness Week: Jan 06-12

Dating & Life Coaches Recognition Week: Jan 06-12

National Lose Weight/Feel Great Week: Jan 06-12

Elvis' Birthday Celebration Week: Jan 07- 09

Int'l Consumer Electronics Show: Jan 08 -11

No Tillage Week: Jan 08 -11

National Soccer Coaches of America Week: Jan 09 -13

National Mocktail Week: Jan 13-19

Hot Heads Chili Days: Jan 17-18

Nat’l Fresh Squeezed Juice Week: Jan 17-23

Week of Christian Unity: Jan 18-25

Bald Eagle Appreciation : Jan 19-20

Int'l  Snowmobile Safety & Awareness Week: Jan 19-27

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Clean Out Your Inbox Week: Jan 20-26

Healthy Weight Week: Jan 20-26

Hunt For Happiness Week: Jan 20-26

Projecting Professionalism

Projecting Professionalism

Nat’l Activity Professionals Week: Jan 20-26 


Nat’l Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists Week: Jan 20-26

National Handwriting Analysis Week: Jan 20-26

National School Choice Week: Jan 20-26

Sugar Awareness Week: Jan 20-26

No Name Calling Week: Jan 21-25

International Hoof-Care Week: Jan 22-25 

Sundance Film Festival: Jan 24- Feb 03

Meat Week: Jan 27- Feb 03

National Medical Group Practice Week: Jan 28- Feb 03

Tax  Theft Awareness Week: Jan 28- Feb 03

US Nat’l Snow Sculpting Days: Jan 28-Feb 03

January 2019 Daily Events

Jan 01 Tue      Bad Hangover Day

Jan 01 Tue       Copyright Law Day

Jan 01 Tue       Commitment Day

Global Family

Global Family

Jan 01 Tue       Ellis Island Day

Jan 01 Tue       Euro Day

Jan 01 Tue       Fruit Cake Toss Day

Jan 01 Tue       First Foot Day

Jan 01 Tue       Global Family Day

Jan 01 Tue       Mummer's Parade

Jan 01 Tue       New Year’s Day

Jan 01 Tue       New Year's Dishonor List Day

Jan 01 Tue       Polar Bear Plunge or Swim

Jan 01 Tue       Public Domain Day

Jan 01 Tue       Rose Bowl Game

Jan 01 Tue       Tournament of Roses Parade Day

Jan 01 Tue       World Day of Peace

Jan 01 Tue      Persons Surnames Z Day

 

Jan 02 Wed      Cats Day

Jan 02 Wed      National Buffet Day

Jan 02 Wed      National Motivation and Inspiration Day

Jan 02 Wed      National Personal Trainer Awareness

Jan 02 Wed      National Science Fiction Day

Jan 02 Wed     Pet Travel and Safety Day

 

Jan 03 Thu       Drinking Straw Day

Jan 03 Thu       Earth at Perihelion

Jan 03 Thu       J.R.R. Tolkien Day

Jan 03 Thu       Memento Mori "Remember You Die" Day

Jan 03 Thu       National Chocolate Covered Cherry Day

Jan 03 Thu       Festival of Sound Sleep Day



Jan 04 Fri         Dimpled Chad Day

Jan 04 Fri         I Am A Mentor Day

Jan 04 Fri         Pop Music Chart Day

Jan 04 Fri         Tom Thumb Day

Jan 04 Fri         Trivia Day

Jan 04 Fri         World Braille Day

Jan 04 Fri         World Hypnotism Day

 Jan 05 Sat        Bird Day

Jan 05 Sat        National Keto Day

Jan 05 Sat        Nat’l Screenwriters Day

Jan 05 Sat        Monopoly Game Day

Jan 05 Sat        Twelfth Day

 

Jan 06 Sun       Cuddle Up Day

Jan 06 Sun       Armenian Christmas

Jan 06 Sun       Epiphany

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Jan 06 Sun       National Technology Day

Jan 06 Sun       No Pants Subway Ride Day

Jan 06 Sun       Three Kings Day



 

Jan 07 Mon      Asarah B'Tevet

Jan 07 Mon      Blue Monday

Jan 07 Mon      Divorce Monday

Jan 07 Mon      Golden Globes

Jan 07 Mon      Handsel Day

Jan 07 Mon      Harlem Globetrotter's Day

Jan 07 Mon      I'm Not Going To Take It Anymore Day

Jan 07 Mon      International Programmers' Day

Jan 07 Mon      Orthodox Christmas

Jan 07 Mon      National Bobble-head Day

Jan 07 Mon      National Tempura Day

Jan 07 Mon      National Weigh-In Day

Jan 07 Mon      Plough Monday

Jan 07 MonThank God It's Monday



Jan 08 Tue       Bubble Bath Day

Jan 08 Tue        Man Watcher's Day

Jan 08 Tue       Argyle Day

Jan 08 Tue       Earth's Rotation Day

Jan 08 Tue       National English Toffee Day

Jan 08 Tue       National Poetry at Work Day

National Shop for Travel Day

National Shop for Travel Day

Jan 08 Tue       National Shop For Travel Day

Jan 08 Tue       Midwife's Day or Women's Day

Jan 08 Tue       National Joy Germ Day

Jan 08 Tue       National Winter Skin Relief Day

Jan 08 Tue       Show and Tell Day at Work

Jan 08 Tue       War on Poverty Day

  

Jan 09 Wed       Balloon Ascension Day

Jan 09 Wed       Dance Day

Jan 09 Wed       Law Enforcement Appreciation Day

Jan 09 Wed       National Cassoulet Day:

Jan 09 Wed       National Static Electricity Day

Jan 09 Wed       Panama's Martyr Day


Jan 10 Thu League of Nations Day

Jan 10 Thu       Honor Peculiar People Day

Jan 10 Thu       Nat’l Cut Your Energy Costs Day

Jan 10 Thu       National Oysters Rockefeller Day

 

Jan 11 Fri         Cigarettes Hazard Awareness Day

Jan 11 Fri         Morse Code Day

Jan 11 Fri         Nat’l Human Trafficking Awareness Day

Jan 11 Fri         National Milk Day

Jan 11 Fri         Secret Pal Day

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Jan 12 Sat        Eagle Day

Jan 12 Sat        Feast Your Eyes on Fabulous Wild Men Day

Jan 12 Sat        National Hot Tea Day

Jan 12 Sat        National Vision Board Day

Jan 12 Sat        Kiss A Ginger Day (Red Heads)

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Jan 13 Sun       Rubber Duckie Day

Jan 13 Sun       Bodhi Day (Rohatsu)

Jan 13 Sun       Korean American Day

Jan 13 Sun       Make Your Dream Come True Day

Working Your Plan

Working Your Plan

Jan 13 Sun       National Sticker Day

Jan 13 Sun       National Sunday Supper Day

Jan 13 Sun       Public Radio Broadcasting Day

 

 Jan 14 Mon      Caesarean Section Day

Jan 14 Mon      Dress Up Your Pet Day

Jan 14 Mon      International Kite Day

Jan 14 Mon      National Clean Off Your Desk Day

Jan 14 Mon      Organize Your Home Day

Jan 14 Mon      Ratification Day

 

Jan 15 Tue       Alpha Kappa Alpha Day

Jan 15 Tue       Humanitarian Day

Jan 15 Tue       Martin Luther King Jr.'s Birthday

Jan 15 Tue       National Bagel Day

Jan 16 Wed      Appreciate A Dragon Day

Jan 16 Wed      Civil Service Day

Jan 16 Wed      Doing absolutely Nothing Day

Jan 16 Wed      Fig Newton Day

Jan 16 Wed      National Quinoa Day

Jan 16 Wed      Religious Freedom Day

Jan 16 Wed      Without A Scalpel Day

 

Jan 17 Thu        Ditch New Year’s Resolutions Day

Jan 17 Thu        Cable Car Day

Jan 17 Thu        Get to Know Your Customers Day

Mentoring Day

Mentoring Day

Jan 1 7 Thu        International Mentoring Day

Jan 17 Thu        Muhammad Ali's birthday

Jan 17 Thu        Judgment Day

Jan 17 Thu        Kid Inventors' Day

Jan 17 Thu        National Bootleggers Day

Jan 17 Thu        Popeye Day

 

Jan 18 Fri          Bean Day

Jan 18 Fri          International Fetish Day

Jan 18 Fri          Thesaurus Day

Jan 18 Fri          Winnie the Pooh Day

 

Jan 19 Sat        Brew A Potion Day

Jan 19 Sat        Popcorn Day

Jan 19 Sat        Tin Can Day

Jan 19 Sat        Whisper, 'I Love You' Day

Jan 19 Sat        World Day of Migrants and Refugees

Jan 19 Sat        World Quark Day


Jan 20 Sun       Camcorder Day

Celebration of Life Day

Celebration of Life Day

Jan 20 Sun       Celebration of Life Day

Jan 20 Sun       Inauguration Day

Jan 20 Sun       National Cheese Lovers Day

Jan 20 Sun       National Disc Jockey Day

Jan 20 Sun       National Pro-Life Day

Jan 20 Sun       Penguin Awareness Day

Jan 20 Sun       Stephen Foster Day

Jan 20 Sun       World Religion Day

Jan 20 Sun       World Snow Day

 

Jan 21 Mon     Tu B'Shvat (Sundown)

Jan 21 Mon      Martin Luther King Day

Jan 21 Mon      National Crowd Feed Day

Jan 21 Mon      National Day of Service

Jan 21 Mon      National Hugging Day

Jan 21 Mon      Rid World Fad Diets & Gimmicks Day

       

Jan 22 Tue       Celebration of life day

Jan 22 Tue       Come in from the  cold day

Jan 22 Tue       Roe vs. Wade Day


Jan 23 Wed      National Handwriting Day

Jan 23 Wed      Measure Your Feet Day

Jan 23 Wed      National Pie Day

Jan 23 Wed      Snowplow Mailbox Hockey Day

 

Jan 24 Thu       Beer Can Day

Jan 24 Thu       Belly Laugh Day

Jan 24 Thu       Int’l Mobile Phone Recycling Day

Jan 24 Thu       National Compliment Day

Jan 24 Thu       National Peanut Butter Day

Jan 24 Thu       Talk Like A Grizzled Prospector Day

 

 Jan 25 Fri        A Room of One's Own Day

Jan 25 Fri         Fun at Work Day

Jan 25 Fri         Macintosh Computer 30th Anniversary Day

Jan 25 Fri        National Big Wig Day

Jan 25 Fri         National Irish Coffee Day

Jan 25 Fri         National Pre-school Fitness Day

Jan 25 Fri         Opposite Day

Jan 25 Fri         Robert Burns Day

Jan 25 Fri         Thank Your Mentor Day

Jan 25 Fri         Women's Healthy Weight Day

Jan 25 Fri         Fancy Rat & Mouse Day

Jan 25 Fri         Dental Drill Appreciation Day

Jan 25 Fri         Fruitcake Toss Day

Jan 25 Fri         Lotus 1-2-3 Day

Jan 25 Fri         National Peanut Brittle Day

National Seed Swap Day

National Seed Swap Day

Jan 25 Fri         National Seed Swap Day

Jan 25 Fri         Toad Hollow Day of Encouragement

Jan 25 Fri         Visit Your Local Quilt Shop Day

 

Jan 26 Sat        International Customs Day

 

Jan 27 Sun       Auschwitz Liberation Day

Jan 27 Sun        Chocolate Cake Day

Jan 27 Sun       Compliment Day

Jan 27 Sun       Intl Commemoration Holocaust Day

Jan 27 Sun       National Bible Sunday

Jan 27 Sun       National Geographic Day

Jan 27 Sun       Punch the clock day

Jan 27 Sun        Squirrel Appreciation Day

Jan 27 Sun       Thomas Crapper Day

Jan 27 Sun       Viet Nam Peace Day

Jan 27 Sun       World Leprosy Day 



Jan 28 Mon      Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day

Jan 28 Mon      Data Privacy Day

Jan 28 Mon      Daisy Day

Jan 28 Mon      Grammy Awards

Jan 28 Mon      Gone-ta-pott Day

Jan 28 Mon      National Kazoo Day

Jan 28 Mon      National Pediatrician Day

Jan 28 Mon      Rubber Duckie Day

Jan 28 Mon      Thank A Plugin Developer Day

 

Jan 29 Tue       Curmudgeons Day

Jan 29 Tue       Freethinkers Day

Jan 29 Tue       Library Shelfie Day

Jan 29 Tue       National Plan For A Vacation Day

Jan 29 Tue       National Puzzle Day

Jan 29 Tue       Seeing Eye Dog Day

Jan 29 Tue       Thomas Paine Day

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Jan 30 Wed      Croissant Day

Jan 30 Wed      Escape Day

Jan 30 Wed      Inane Answering Message Day



 

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Jan 31 Thu       Inspire with Art  Day

Jan 31 Thu       Backward Day

Jan 31 Thu       Hell is Freezing over Day

Jan 31 Thu       Appreciate Social Security Day

Jan 31 Thu       Street Children Day