Category: Mindful Moments®

National Re-Gifting Day

Did you receive a gift that has been sitting around unused and you don’t really need or want it?  Re-gifting is the practice of taking a gift that you have already received and gifting it to another person. Go through the many gifts you have received through the years and give them to someone who…
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International Tea Day

Feeling cold? Warm yourself up with a nice hot cup of tea. It’s International Tea Day! Have a Cup of Tea Celebrate by trying different types of tea from around the world. Earl Grey is a British classic that is known and loved throughout the U.S. but now is the time try something different. Try Maghrebi…
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Gingerbread Decorating Day

It’s the time of year for yummy gingerbread in all it’s forms. Today is the day to have some fun with friends and family by decorating your gingerbread cookies, houses, or cakes. Be creative and have fun as you immerse your senses into the intoxicating smell of spices such as ginger, cloves, cinnamon and others.

National Cocoa Day

Do you like to enjoy a cup of hot cocoa on these cold winter days? If so, National Cocoa Day may be for you. If you’re in the mood for hot chocolate, try dark chocolate. In fact, according to a Harvard Study, cocoa has significant health benefits. Drinking cocoa can lower your cholesterol and blood pressure…
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National Winter Flowers Day

Do you have flowers planted around or in your home to cheer you up during the dreary days of winter?  Today is National Winter Flowers Day. Research tells us that flowers can decrease depression and anxiety and make us more creative and productive. Pansies are great and most grocery stores have these beautiful blooming plants…
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National Day of Giving

Today is National Day of Giving (also known as #GivingTuesday). It marks the beginning of the charitable season. Millions of Americans have spent the last few days endlessly shopping. Now that Black Friday and Cyber Monday is over, it is time to focus our time, energy, and funds on the wellbeing of our communities. National…
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World Diabetes Day

Today is World Diabetes Day, a day of awareness created by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) and the World Health Organization (WHO) in 1991. Today’s a day to spread awareness about diabetes. World Diabetes Day According to WHO, “almost 600 million of us may be living with diabetes” by 2035. We can all do something…
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Homelessness Awareness Week

The week before Thanksgiving is known as National Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Week. During this week, people all over the country spread awareness about America’s homeless epidemic. If you have some time or funds to spare consider reaching out, volunteering, and helping others. Tips for Hunger & Homeless Awareness Week Make a powerful difference this week!…
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National STEM Day

Are your kids enrolled in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) programs at school? You should consider signing them up! Continued innovation in these fields can positively impact our society for years to come, so we’re going to depend on the next generation of scientists, engineers, and mathematicians. That’s why National Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math…
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United Nations Day

This day marks the anniversary of the creation of the United Nations. Formed in the wake of World War II, the United Nations has been around for over 70 years and it’s been the organization’s expressed desire to bring peace and security to people across the world.  One of the goals of the UN is…
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