Caregiver Appreciation Day With over ten million Americans being cared for by caregivers, the selfless people who give their time to care for those who are ill, disabled, or elderly, really should be recognized. This day of recognition is for caregivers everywhere, both paid and unpaid. Unpaid caregivers are typically
World Wildlife Day Not to be confused with National Wildlife Day, World Wildlife Day is a different holiday. This holiday is even newer than National Wildlife day. This holiday came about on December 20, 2013 in an effort to help the tigers and lions. Tiger populations plummeted by 95% over the past
National Dentist’s Day This is a holiday that isn’t celebrated a lot. Sadly, dentists frequently get a bad rap, because they sometimes cause pain when helping their patients. Dentist’s Day was created so people can demonstrate their gratitude and say thank you to dentists everywhere. This holiday, celebrated on March
International Women’s Day International Women’s Day (IWD) is celebrated on March 8 every year. This day commemorates the movement for women’s rights. The earliest Women’s Day observance was held on February 28, 1909 in New York when organized by the Socialist Party of America. The day celebrates the economic, political
NATIONAL PANIC DAY The fact that there is a National Panic Day may cause some to panic and wonder why we need to celebrate something that causes such chaos in our lives. Panic is defined as a sudden, extreme, uncontrollable fear or anxiety that often causes unreasonable, irrational, unthinking behavior.