January: The National Month of…Hot Tea, Blood Donation, and Oatmeal!

ELENA IRISH

 

School started again on January 8th, but if you’re anything like me, you aren’t ready to let go of the snowball fights, delicious meals, and time with family and friends that accompanied winter break. Thankfully, there’s no reason to! January is a month filled with holidays, and there’s something to celebrate almost every day. If you need to pretend — even for a few moments — that it’s December again, there’s no better excuse than gathering a few friends and celebrating these uncommon holidays.

 

January 10: Bittersweet Chocolate Day, Houseplant Appreciation Day

January 14: Dress Up Your Pet Day

January 15: National Hat Day

January 18: Winnie the Pooh Day

January 20: Penguin Awareness Day

January 21: National Hugging Day

January 23: National Pie Day, National Handwriting Day

January 24: Compliment Day

January 28: National Kazoo Day

January 29: National Corn Chip Day

February 1: No Politics Day

February 4: Thank a Mailman Day

 

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