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National Whiners Day – December 26

NATIONAL WHINERS DAY

If you want to, you are allowed to whine about being too tired, over eating, having to go back to work, having so much to clean up or the long lines in the return aisle at the store.  December 26 is National Whiners Day.

There is one thing that the creator of this day had hopes that the people across the country would not be whining about; this day is not intended to whine about what you did not get for Christmas and what you do not have but to remember all that you do have.

There are many people that are less fortunate; some are struggling to put food on the table or a roof over their heads, some may not have family and friends, some may not have had one gift under the tree, some may be fighting disease and illnesses and some may have all of these.  You may want to whine about something (and today you are allowed) but remember to be thankful for each gift you did receive and all that you do have.  (And help others when you can).

OBSERVE

Use #NationalWhinersDay to post on social media.

HISTORY

Rev. Kevin Zaborney created National Whiners Day in 1986 in hopes of encouraging people to be thankful for what they have instead of being unhappy “whining” about what they do not have.

National Thank You Note Day – December 26

NATIONAL THANK YOU NOTE DAY

National Thank You Note Day is recognized annually on December 26.  It is a day to get a notepad, some note cards, some paper or anything to write on along with a pen, some envelopes and stamps and write special thank yous for the gifts that you received.

Taking the time to thank  family and friends with personalized message has special meaning and the receiver of the “thank you” will enjoy getting the card in the mail and the message that you have written.

Never underestimate the power of “THANK YOU”

OBSERVE

To celebrate, join the millions of others across the country, that are busy with a pen in hand, thanking others for the gifts that they were given during this holiday season. Use #NationalThankYouNoteDay to post on social media.

HISTORY

Our research was unable to find the creator and origin of National Thank You Note Day, an “unofficial” national holiday.

National Candy Cane Day – December 26

NATIONAL CANDY CANE DAY

National Candy Cane Day is observed across the United States each year on December 26.

In 1844, a recipe for a straight peppermint candy stick, which was white with with colored stripes, was published. However there are stories that tell of all white candy sticks in much earlier times.  There are folklore tales of the origin of the candy cane yet there is no documented proof of it’s true beginning.   It has been mentioned in literature since 1866 and was first known to be mentioned in association with Christmas in 1874.   As early as 1882, candy canes have been hung on Christmas trees.

For more information on this day please visit the National Day Calendar page for National Candy Cane Day.

Boxing Day – December 26

BOXING DAY

Boxing Day is recognized annually December 26th.

The day after Christmas is traditionally the day for employers to give a gift, a “Christmas box”, to their employees. The holiday is a primarily British holiday and is celebrated across the world in current and past British held commonwealths.

Boxing day was renamed Day of Goodwill in 1994 in South Africa. The day also is known by Catholics as St. Stephen’s Day. In Ireland, Boxing Day is celebrated along with the Day of the Wren. December 26 is considered Second Christmas in Germany, Poland, Netherlands and Scandinavia.

For more information on this day please visit the National Day Calendar page for Boxing Day.

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