January is almost half over and Christmas and the holidays the have came and went. But that doesn’t mean there is nothing to celebrate! Here are all the end of January National Day ofs and you should celebrate each holiday you love.
January 16th is National Without a Scalpel Day, National Nothing Day, National Religious Freedom Day, and National Fig Newton Day. So don’t walk around with your scalpel, celebrate whatever religion you want, and have a side of Fig Newtons.
National Hot Buttered Rum Day and National Bootlegger’s Day are celebrated on January 17th. The third Thursday of each quarter is National Get To Know Your Customers Day.
For all you Winnie The Pooh fans, January 18th is the holiday for you. It’s National Winnie The Pooh Day. It’s also National Peking Duck Day, (if you’ve never had anything ‘peking’ you should try it, it’s delicious.) It’s also National Thesaurus Day, if you’re into that, and National Michigan Day.
January 19th has a possible new holiday coming, National Quark Day! It’s also, drumroll please, National Popcorn Day!
January 20th is National Buttercrunch Day, National Disc Jockey Day, and National Cheese Lover’s Day.
The 21st of January is National Hugging Day. The third Monday of the month is Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Also celebrated on January 21st is National Granola Bar Day and Squirrel Appreciation Day. (Krunk could speak squirrel, and Emperor’s Groove is the best movie to see this in.)
Only one National Day of fall on January 22nd and it’s National Blonde Brownie Day.
January 23rd is National Pie Day, yum! It’s also National Handwriting Day. And if it’s the fourth Wednesday of the month, it’s Library Shelfie Day.
National Compliment Day, National Peanut Butter Day, and Beer Can Appreciation Day are all celebrated as National Day ofs on January 24th.
January 25th is National Opposite Day, National Irish Coffee Day, and National Florida Day. If it’s the last Friday of the month, it’s also National Big Wig Day.
For all you resolutioners, January 26th is National Green Juice Day. This means spinach, celery, and any other greens you can juice, or use a powdered form of and add water to, counts. So if you’re trying to be healthier this year, this is a good day to do it. And a good year. It’s also National Spouses Day, and National Peanut Brittle Day. The last Saturday of the month is National Seed Swap Day.
January 27th is National Chocolate Cake Day. Need I say more?
January 28th is National Have Fun At Work Day, National Kazoo Day, National Blueberry Pancake Day, National Privacy Day, and National Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day.
January 29th is National Puzzle Day and they mean any puzzles you like. Be it jigsaw, crossword, word searches, or brainteasers, whatever types of puzzles you like are puzzles that you can celebrate on this day. National Corn Chip Day. If it’s the last Tuesday of the month, and it’s also Plan for Vacation Day.
January 30th is another day with only one ‘holiday.’ It’s National Croissant Day. But this is ok. I mean what’s better than a buttery, flaky, warm, and delicious croissant? Yay for this day.
And for the last day of the month, January 31st is National Backward Day. It’s also National Inspire Your Heart With Art Day.
Don’t forget to celebrate some of your favorite end of January holidays. And remember, there is always something to celebrate, no matter how weird it may be!