We all have a little bit of crazy inside us. Some days it’s harder to keep it hidden than others. Today is International Day for Tolerance, so let’s all embrace our inner nutcase and celebrate! What better way to show off our unique quirks than by coming together and being tolerant of each other? After all, we’re all a little strange in our own special way. Let’s come together and make this world a more tolerant place! 🙂
World Kindness Day is an international day of observance that was first established in 1998. The day is dedicated to promoting acts of kindness around the world, and it is celebrated annually on November 13th. World Kindness Day provides a unique opportunity for people of all ages and backgrounds to come together and make a difference in their communities. There are many small ways to show kindness, such as volunteering your time, donating money to a worthy cause, or simply lending a listening ear to someone in need. By taking part in World Kindness Day, we can all help make the world a little bit kinder place.
After the flurry of Mother’s Day cards and brunches, it can be easy to forget that there’s another special day coming up specifically for mothers. October 15th is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day, a day set aside to remember all the babies who were lost too soon. For many mothers, this day is a chance to reflect on their own loss and to find comfort in sharing with others. If you’re looking for ways to commemorate Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day, here are some ideas.
Friendship is one of the most important things in life. It’s what helps us through tough times and makes good times even better. So today, we’re celebrating the International Day of Friendship! Whether you’re best friends with your mom, your BFF from childhood, or that coworker who always has your back, take a moment to appreciate the wonderful people in your life. Thank you for being a friend!
Today is World Autism Awareness Day, and while some might see this as just another day, to autistic people and their families it means so much more. It’s a chance for us to come together and celebrate the uniqueness of autistic people while raising awareness about the challenges they face. For parents of autistic children, it’s a time to reflect on how far their child has come and look ahead to all the possibilities that lay ahead. No matter what your connection to autism is, today is a chance for us all to come together and show our support. Thank you for being part of that community.