January 24th, 2022

Belly Laugh Day

People all over the world celebrate January 24 as Global Belly Laugh Day to commemorate and remember past laughs and to experience the benefits of happiness by connecting with new laughs. A hearty laugh is extremely important as it not only makes the anxiety and anger fade away but also enhances self-esteem, optimism and health. We all know how good it feels to laugh but only few of us have the knowledge about its therapeutic benefits.

Why Global Belly laugh day is celebrated?

Laughing is often a spontaneous reaction and every person should create an opportunity to laugh in order to avoid the gloomy situations and make his or her day happy and bright. Even though Global Belly Laugh Day was initially created to spread the awareness and importance of laughing benefits, today people are celebrating it all over the world with lots of smiles and amusement. Whether you want to boost your positive outlook or enhance your connections with people, whatever the reason might be, just go ahead and enjoy this day with great enthusiastic spirit.

Understand the benefits of laughing:

To face the day-to-day challenges in an amenable way, having sense of humor is very important for every person. A simple smile builds strong human relationships and works wonders on all age groups from small children to aged persons. It is a wonder tool to overcome the stress, tension, anger, irritation, depression and psychological disorders.

Improves the functioning of immune system, increases the pain tolerance and adds great health benefits. Moreover laughing for just 10 to 15 minutes burns an average of 50 calories and a just 15 seconds laugh adds two days to your life. It is a proven fact that humor in children has tremendously increased their intelligence, creativity, self-esteem and problem solving capabilities.

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Peanut Butter Day

Who doesn’t love peanut butter? So let’s celebrate Peanut Butter Day. This auspicious occasion was created many years ago, to allow peanut butter lovers to celebrate the creation of this wonderful food.

Peanut butter can be eaten and used in many different recipes. I see nothing wrong in sitting down and indulging in a jar of the creamy or crunchy delight with a spoon. What more do you need?

Families and friends can celebrate Peanut Butter Day by getting together and creating delicious recipes containing peanut butter, from cookies and cakes to sautes and sauces. These can of course be consumed at home, or some prefer to make a day of it and go on a picnic style outing. There are many individuals that eat nothing but peanut butter on Peanut Butter Day.

There are even schools that will only serve peanut butter sandwiches to their students on this festive day. What better sandwich is there in the world?

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Beer Can Appreciation Day

Beer has only been sold in cans since 1935, and what a revolutionary moment that was. Celebrate Beer Can Appreciation Day responsibly, and consider how different our world might be if you couldn’t get beer in cans! As ever, however, celebrate responsibly. Maybe the 25th would be a good day for anyone with an alcohol abuse problem to seek help.

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Talk Like A Grizzled Prospector Day

â??Well hooooooo-wee! Ah reckon weâ??ve found ourselves some bona fide golden nuggets right here in this olâ?? mound oâ?? grit! Yessiree, Mommaâ??s gonna be marty proud when she discovâ??rs we can afford fresh beans â??nâ?? biscuits for the winnertarm, anâ?? thereâ??s gonna be three more weeks uvvit if mah old aching knee is tâ??be rckoned with.â?

Yes. Well, anyway. Today is Talk Like a Grizzled Old Prospector Day, which can be a lot of fun, unless of course you already are a grizzled old prospector, in which case just carry on as normal. For the rest of us itâ??s an opportunity to use terms like â??consarn itâ? when we spill our coffee at work, and â??Who-Hit-Johnâ? when referring to whiskey (although unless you work in a bar or a liquor store, you should probably leave the latter until you get home).

Now go on, get out there and call somebody a varmint!

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Compliment Day

When : Always January 24th

How nice of you to visit our site today. I can see by your choice of websites, that you are an intelligent person. You are a kind and inquisitive person. I love the way you......

Yes, its Compliment Day. Today is a great opportunity to say something positive about the people you come into contact with. Everyone has good attributes. ...that's right....... everyone.

  • Its a cinch to find compliments for family and loved ones, even for your Mother-in-Law. (Tip: She's probably a good cook.)

  • Friends are friends because you see something good about them. Here's an easy compliment to a friend: ""Wow, you're very intelligent...you choose your friends wisely"".

  • It's more challenging to compliment your boss, or people you don't like. Take up the challenge, and find a compliment for them today, too.

Remember: Mama said  ""If you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything"". After a long search for something good, if you just can't find a compliment for them, then silence is golden.

Compliment Day is celebrated by offering sincere compliments to people you know. It is important that you are sincere. People will see right through insincerity, and you will do more harm than good.

How many compliments should you give out today? The common suggestion is five compliments. Yes, they should be to five different people.  

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