National Receptionists Day

National Receptionists Day

Be extra nice to your receptionist today

Repeal Day
Date When Celebrated : Always December 5th Repeal Day is today. It commemorates the repeal of the 18th Amendment. ¬†Once more, Americans were free to buy, sell, and consume alcoholic beverages. I'll drink to that! In the early 1900's, many of the good people of America believed that alcohol was the root cause of many […]
Use Less Stuff Day
In a world with rapidly diminishing natural resources, conservation is incredibly important. Use Less Stuff Day is all about re-using, patching up, recycling and handing things down rather than throwing them away and buying new things.More Details...All details taken directly from provider content at http://www.daysoftheyear.com/days/use-less-stuff-day/
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Tell a Joke Day
"Tell a Joke Day" on August 16 is an unofficial holiday that celebrates the joy of humor and laughter. This lighthearted occasion encourages people to share their favorite jokes, puns, and witty one-liners with others. While its origins are unclear, the day has gained popularity as a fun way to spread cheer and connect with others through humor. Whether you're a natural comedian or just enjoy a good laugh, Tell a Joke Day offers a perfect excuse to brighten someone's day with a bit of levity.
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Comic Sans Day
Comic Sans Day, celebrated on July 1, is an unofficial holiday that invites people to embrace the quirky, playful font known as Comic Sans. Created in 1994 by Vincent Connare for Microsoft, Comic Sans was inspired by comic book lettering and designed to be friendly and approachable. Despite its widespread use, the font has sparked controversy among typographers and designers due to its informal nature. Comic Sans Day encourages fans and critics alike to use the font without judgment, celebrating its unique charm and the spirited debates it continues to inspire.